Friday, October 14, 2016

maxol

the price of petrol €1.29 a litre is dropping after summer has left.  Maxol also has a little convenience store similar to the 7 eleven stores in the US.


15 comments:

  1. That is expensive fuel Bill because the same fuels down here in the midlands are 5 cents a litre less than yours.

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  2. The only thing is, you can't get a Slurpee in Maxol!

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  3. IF my math is correct, that's $3.49US/gallon...I'm paying $2.09 now!

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  4. O preço dos combustíveis continua muito alto.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar

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  5. Except for the name, this place looks quite familiar! I have to buy high-test in our car so I'm always paying high prices for gas! Ugh!

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  6. Gosh that seems so expensive Bill. The price changes daily here, it varies anywhere between 80cents and one dollar twenty cents a litre. Sometimes I think petrol stations just charge what they feel like ☺

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  7. Gosh that seems so expensive Bill. The price changes daily here, it varies anywhere between 80cents and one dollar twenty cents a litre. Sometimes I think petrol stations just charge what they feel like ☺

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  8. Depending on exchange rates, that's quite a price for fuel.

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  9. It is about $1.02/litre here so with the exchange yours is very dear!

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  10. & eleven is also in Norway, but not like a petrol station shop. I like coffee from it. I used it during the busy days. Have a nice weekend bill.

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  11. Another good reason for bicycles. :-)

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  12. Another good reason for bicycles. :-)

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  13. I think you face higher prices in Ireland.

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  14. Liters to gallons and euros to dollars is a tricky conversion but that's still stunningly expensive to us. Perhaps two and a half times our current price.

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