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it is just about the lost functioning part of greece's economy but now the debt crisis may be taking a toll on tourism to new figures show last minute bookings down by a third with limits on cash withdrawals and fearful bank solvency the big worry for travelers is getting stranded without access to money be smart enough cash , so , now , as the country's economy growing still holds hotels and restaurants on islands like santorini say it's getting harder to keep operating our suppliers working with supplies in nods for exam , so eventually we won't have any problems , tourism accounts for about eighteen percent of greece's economy and about a fifth of all jobs , that makes it critical but not everyone in the industry thinks an exit from the euro would be a disaster enters a long term life nnnnn , and especially if you go to you know currency would help too section , nnnnn , prime minister alexis , the press has until midnight thursday to submit new proposals for resolving the country's debt crisis , succeed or fail on santorini they just hope the travelers , coming