A one-hour car journey can feel like a lifetime to a child, so it’s no surprise that 73% of British parents say they enjoy traditional car games, according to research by carhiremarket.com. To help parents with ideas on how to avoid the “are we nearly there yet?” chants, Carhiremarket.com has today launched a new guide to the best games to keep the kids occupied on any type of car journey.
The ‘Top Ten In-Car Game Guide’, offers some quick and convenient ways to ensure young passengers are entertained, without plugging in DVD or electronic entertainment.
The guide covers a range of games, from old favourites like i-spy, which 59% of parent drivers say tops their list, ‘spot and win’ activities and others on the more quirky side, including:
- Duck – a bit of silly fun involving bridges
- Pub Cricket – perfect for aiding maths skills
- The Number Plate Game – concentrating this hard will keep the kids occupied for hours
Every tourists in search of proper accommodation is interested in a good hotel location, facilities and most of all, price. However, Japan is the perfect destination for those travelers, who don’t give too much importance to how large a hotel room should be. This is the case of capsule hotel rooms, located near Kabukicho, in Tokyo. The smallest hotel rooms in the world accommodate only men, who can also benefit from extra facilities, such as massage, at extra costs. The accommodation principle is quite simple, first you can relax because almost everyone speaks little English there. Your luggage can be stored behind the counter. Afterwards, when it comes to paying, guests pay at a vending machine and then give the ticket to the clerk. Bathes are situated on the next floor. Moreover, tourists can feel themselves like home in the capsule hotels because they can enjoy the same treatment as home – they can shave themselves, brush their teeth and even buy clothing items! Each button available in the capsule room connects you to different services, such as TV, light. Visitors enjoyed staying in the capsule hotel in Tokyo, however, some complained about central heating and the lack of individual heaters and coolers in these small rooms.
Japan Smallest Hotel Rooms in the World - Source yesicanusechopsticks.com
Japanese Capsule Hotel Rooms - Source yesicanusechopsticks.com
Tokyo - Tiniest Hotel Rooms in the World - Source yesicanusechopsticks.com
In order to find out what are tip ranges in different countries we have booked an international flight and went to Canada. You can find flying tickets at very good rates, for instance, for Delta Airlines.Giving a tip to the waiter, who serves your meal, is a widely known habit and etiquette trademark. However, tourists will notice that a tipping guideline in restaurants might prove useful because this habit is different in all countries in the world. What is the amount one should leave after having eaten? Restaurant guests have to be very well informed regarding the amount of tip one should offer the waiter. Therefore, there is a list of tips and tricks available, together with brief information about the tipping culture on all continents.
Firstly, in Canada tips is somewhere between 15% and 20%. This is also the case of the United States, but, if you miss to leave a tip to the one who serves you, then you will most probably be asked what did he or she mistake because leaving a tip in USA is as mandatory as nowhere else. In the Dominican Republic, tips are not very high, so guests should pay around 10% of the price.
In Europe, things aren’t very different when it comes to giving a tip. For example, France is a classic example of offering tip at restaurants because here tip is included automatically in the bill. However, Paris is the place where tipping is 10% extra for an excellent service. German restaurants use to accept about 5%-10% extra for service. In Spain, tipping is not a common custom. But, if you find serving without fault, then you can hand over the waiter between 5%-10% off the bill. Going to the Northern parts of Europe, tipping in countries such as Sweden, Holland or Iceland, isn’t an usual thing, too. But you can still round up your bill to the next unit, euro, dollar and this way you thank for the good service.
Asia is special when it comes to tipping habits. Chinese, for instance, might be put into trouble and get confused if you leave a tip at the restaurant. In some restaurants, waiters may come after you to give you the money you left as tip. However, many Chinese are used to receiving tips because many tourists traveling to China leave tips in hotels, bars or restaurants.
Tipping in Restaurants Around the World - Source restaurantsibiu.com