Six Hours in Greece

They all had soldiers on one side with different faces and beards, and on the other side there was a cross.I got real excited at the thought of finding something like that and how much fun it would be to take them home, and what a great addition to my coin collection it would be…. There’s a 2 euro, 1 euro, 50 cents, 20 cents, 10 cents, 5 cents, 2 cents, and a 1 cent. To my surprise all the countries that use the euro have different coins…. But I guess it’s not that bad if each country can have their own set. Another surprise is that all the euro coins can be used in any country in the EU…. Well, gotta go find some more!(Note from Mom: I hate to be the one to “shoot things out of the sky,” but poor Mac had Schliemann-like visions of making a grand discovery and hauling his loot home.