[EuroPython] Seeking travel advice (inbound from Chicago)

Laura Creighton lac at openend.se
Mon Jun 4 23:21:17 CEST 2007

In a message of Mon, 04 Jun 2007 13:33:01 PDT, "kirby urner" writes:
>Also, I'm trying to sort out the electrical plugs so my toyz still
>work.  Is the adapter I had in Gothenburg going to work in Vilnius, or
>is the EU not really so standardized at this time in history?  I
>remember when I asked that checkout girl in student housing (a
>dentist's assistant by day) if she wanted Euros or Seks, she wanted
>Seks.  What's the money in Vilnius called?

Your adapter will work fine and then Lithuanian currency is the Litas (LTL).
1 Lithuanian litas = 0.389317 U.S. dollars says google.

Swedish currency, by the way, is the Swedish Krona abbreviated (SEK) and not the 'Sek'. :-)


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