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Athens Tourists Feel Potholes, Not Cash Worries

Tourists exploring the antique sites of Athens on Monday said they weren't sufficiently worried about Greece's debt crisis to stock up on extra money, despite warnings by some travel groups that bank dispensing machines could shut. But the bumpy bus rides past near-daily street protests were a reminder that they were visiting a country in trouble. "You feel the crisis when you're in the bus because you feel all the potholes. Some things are a bit run down,"...

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