Do’s and Don’t of being a Tourist and Other Tales From Europe

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If you’ve ever been standing in the Louvre looking at the Mona Lisa and had people push and step on you to use their selfie stick it may make you want to join the French wait staff and roll your eyes and say “touriste” in disgust.

On this European adventure there’s a few dos and dont’s that I’ve noticed to avoid being reduced to a stereotype.

1. Do have as much amazing coffee and pastries as you want because you will have all the walking to burn it off! Heaven!

2. Don’t ask European wait staff for things that they don’t have- and isn’t apart of their culture. Demanding ice or some condiment not common in Europe and being annoyed when they don’t have it is… uncouth. You’re on a different continent- embrace the differences.

3. Do wear nice clothes. Underarmour is okay for the gym or Target on a…

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