- Places to get currency exchange
You can get the currency exchange that you need in the local banks wherever you live. The banks will usually offer some good rates. The rates at the bank for currency exchange will be much better than at the airport so if you are going on a trip and you need currency exchange then you should try to get it at the bank and not at the airport when you are about to leave. The only problem with getting the currency exchange you need from the bank is the operating hours of the bank and the days. The bank is not always open so you can never go there whenever you want. You will have to go before hand and get the currency exchange that you need but since you will be getting it at a much lower rate why not go to the bank. Another thing that may cause a problem is the amount of currency exchange that the banks will offer you at once. Some do not offer large amounts of currency exchange to be exchanged at once. You may have to find other places to do the larger transactions or do smaller transactions more frequently to get all the money you need.
IF YOU GO DOWN TO THE SHOW TODAY…
You’re sure of a big surprise because the Small Animal Advisory Service (SAAS) will be there!
The SAAS is on the road again in 2006 from Sunday 30th April to May 1st with fun and festivities for pets, parents and kids.
Come along to one of the shows around the country and get plenty of information on how to keep pets happy and healthy. More information on our “Free Events Listings” page.
Pick up a FREE copy of Pet Talk when you visit!
PET TALK VET MARC ABRAHAM ON THE NEW PAUL O’GRADY SHOW ON C4.
Fans of Paul O’Grady and his dogs Buster and Olga can now see Pet Talk’s very own resident vet Marc Abraham, who is now appearing in a weekly slot on the New Paul O’Grady Show on Channel 4.
Visit our “Ask The Vet” page to find out more about Marc and submit your questions to be answered in the next issue of Pet Talk.
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