How do you tip a European exotic dancer when the smallest bill is 5 Euros ($7.5)


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August 16th 2008
Published: August 24th 2008
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The only G-rated portion of this blog was dinner: In an effort to squirrel away some cash during this trip we have been eating many meals at grocery stores - I know fine European dining, right? Tonight it was Herring and tomatoes on German wheat bread with my favorite Chocolate, Ritler. bon appetite! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ritter_Sport

Tipping - And onto the reason half of you are reading this blog (And I realize I may be flattering myself in that anyone is reading this at all!) is how do you tip a European exotic dancer, and then a few notes on tipping in general. I was wondering this on the way to Hamburg as it is well known for its red light district. So, naturally we researched it further. To answer the question - like most European services taxes, tips, and surcharges are included in the price of admittance, food, and/or drinks and the finer establishments of Hamburg are no different. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euro_banknotes, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reeperbahn

A note on Fanny Packs - (Please excuse the on-coming vulgarity, but hey, it's Hamburg). Hint to prospective women travelers to Hamburg: Leave Fanny pack at the hotel, you can be mistaken for a Hamburg hooker as this is how one distinguishes prostitutes (which is legal).




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25th August 2008

Wedding trip blog...
We're reading it and enjoying it very much. Thanks for taking the time to do it. The pictures are great, especially the wedding pictures. It's wonderful sharing in your trip this way. Have a safe journey. Love to you both.

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