Couple plans Greece honeymoon amid debt crisis

A Dobbs Ferry couple is keeping a close eye on Greece's debt crisis as they prepare to travel there for their honeymoon.



Nicholas and Jennifer Louros are concerned about running out of cash in a country that has imposed a daily cash withdrawal limit of 60 euros.



Greek protests, long lines at banks and ATM machines, and a grocery store raid near Athens have raised tensions across the country.



On Sunday, Greece will hold a referendum to decide if the country will accept austerity measures and receive bailout loans, or risk debt default and a possible exit from the eurozone.



Either way, the lovebirds say they are packed and ready to leave on July 13.


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