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1 hour ago, TUF said:

 

Looking at both now. tbh, will likely be my only trip to Europe so we're not looking to spare a lot of expenses. Although, nothing would make me happier than Mrs. TUF falling in love with England and moving there but there might be 1 too many Khabib fans there for my liking. 

come play touch butt in the park homie 😉

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Dropped $1,100 on train tickets. Dark times.

Took your advice though Bubba and made reservations at the Oxo. If I get an $1,100 dinner bill, I'm personally delivering you an Omo pipe bomb. 

Image result for oxo tower restaurant london

 

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13 hours ago, TUF said:

Dropped $1,100 on train tickets. Dark times.

Took your advice though Bubba and made reservations at the Oxo. If I get an $1,100 dinner bill, I'm personally delivering you an Omo pipe bomb. 

Image result for oxo tower restaurant london

 

Oh... it ain't cheap. 

But it's very pleasant. Just don't feel like you have to tip 20% by the way. 10ish is the norm in the UK. 

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2 hours ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

Oh... it ain't cheap. 

But it's very pleasant. Just don't feel like you have to tip 20% by the way. 10ish is the norm in the UK. 

 

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4 hours ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

Oh... it ain't cheap. 

But it's very pleasant. Just don't feel like you have to tip 20% by the way. 10ish is the norm in the UK. 

A place like that, you're looking at 25-30% over here. lol

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12 minutes ago, cashfl0w said:

A place like that, you're looking at 25-30% over here. lol

Yeah i know.  But it's probably a bit cheaper to start with, so it kind of balances out.

I think you get generally better service in the states though.  Waiters can be a bit...stuffy in the UK.

Sweden has virtually no tipping culture btw, but everything is 15-20% more expensive in the first place. 

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