Europe On Fewer Dollars A DayStewart Toy
"Prices here are outrageous!" exclaims a stunned Roberta Foster. She and husband David, a computer repairman from Manassas, Va., have just paid $6.20 each to walk to the top of Notre-Dame Cathedral. Now, tourist map in hand, she ponders where in Paris to buy sandwiches for her family's dinner. But she's glad they've made the trip to Europe after years of dreaming. When airlines slashed transatlantic fares last spring, the Fosters bought a six-night London/Paris package--plus a pair of Cheap Eats guidebooks.
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