More on tipping

Let’s look some more at how you should tip in other countries around the world. I think this is pretty interesting, better than anything about COVID-19 for sure. And this will help anyone who is traveling now or who wants to travel in the future.

  • Have you ever dreamed of going to Paris? In most restaurants in the City of Lights, they are going to charge you for service. That means that you do not have to leave a tip. However, a lot of people are either leaving some spare change or rounding up their bill. It is just something nice to do.
  • Tips are not required in Italy. But they are seen as a kind gesture. And who doesn’t want to be seen as kind? But before you tip, make sure to look at your bill to make sure that a gratuity hasn’t already been added. It is often added here in tourist areas.
  • The Japanese like to keep it simple. Do not tip. Good service is expected of all Japanese wait staff. They actually do have a tipping system, but it is pretty complicated.. Try learning it at your own risk.
  • Mexico is now a lot like the States. You are going to want to pay a ten to fifteen percent tip at any restaurant. You may want to keep in mind that these people usually do not make much, and you will truly be helping them out.

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