USA Travel: How Expensive Is NEW YORK CITY?

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In this video I explore New York City and show how much things cost.
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USA Travel: How Expensive Is NEW YORK CITY?

13 thoughts on “USA Travel: How Expensive Is NEW YORK CITY?

  1. I urge you to travel – as far and as widely as possible. Sleep on floors if you have to.

    -Anthony Bourdain

  2. Trump was right obama and clintons ruined the states It now looks like a third world country.

  3. shitty sausage and eggs for 9$ ain’t good deal. I don’t know why there is such huge advertisement about NYC , it’s just a dirty hole,crowded and crazy. I rather visit a clean nice city with restaurants that serve organic good foods. American foods sucks.

  4. 6:28 No it’s not a great deal,unless you have both left hands.
    It’s only fried eggs with bacon with some bread.
    I can do that kind of meal literally in ten minutes. In a small part of price of that of course.

    1. If you have a kitchen in your room then yes, buying things from the grocery store and making it yourself is a great way to save money. I’m not much of a cook but I will often get breakfast from the grocery store anyway such as fruit, yogurt, muffins, juice, cereal, etc. However if I want a hot breakfast such as eggs and sausages then I’d rather have someone else make it for me and not have to shop and cook. Usually I don’t have a kitchen in my room anyway.

    2. Of course you need a kitchen.But it’s still a very simple meal to do.
      So i don’t get it why people pay nine bucks for an egg’s and bacon or a simple small sausage 😀
      In Poland there is a saying which say that if there is somebody who can not do literally anything
      so he has “both left hands”” or “two left hands”” instead left and right hand.
      I do not know if this saying functions in English.
      Back to the topic.
      Poles are surprised that Americans or British,French go to the restaurant for a simple breakfast,and they can pay
      even several dozen dollars for it.
      It’s so weird 😀
      When you are in travel it’s ok.But I have saw whole families going for a breakfast day by day in some countries.
      And that is called:laziness.Especially when some people are working hard and have a basic payment.

    3. Yes….but you’ll need to have a kitchen handy as well as all the ingredients.

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