USA TRAVEL GUIDE: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE COMING TO NYC 🇺🇲 (Honest Guide)

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  1. I thi k hou mentioned that Met Museum is free, but not anymore. The prive of the ticket is 25 bucks, but on the other side you canuse it three days in arow to go also to the Met Breuer and, more important, The Cloisters, wich is an extraordinary middle ages collection. Or go three consecutive days to any of the three museums.

  2. I am very impressed that you mentioned that NY was the capitaol of the US. Most Americans don't even know that. There are a lot of free things in manhattan. All of the National Park site (all historic building) are fre

  3. Lol this is the thing with tourists, everyone who comes here thinks that NYC is just Manhattan, lol there are 5 boroughs in NYC each unique. Manhattan is only 1 out of the 5 boroughs and its the most expensive one…

  4. Tak chlapci, cekam v Los Angeles s pivickem, soju a Korean BBQ. Kde jste?

    In all seriousness, if you ever come out to LA, I would love to show you guys a couple places I really love. Na zdravi.

  5. The electrical outlet thing is the best tip you have ever given in any of your videos! I always have problems with that if i travel to a new country. Please share that about Prague as well <3

  6. As for beer… you should have went to Bohemian Beer Hall in Queens. 15 minute train ride and it is one of the largest in NY. It serves erving some of the best Czech beer and craft beer. I'm partial to Blue Point Ale…. http://bohemianhall.com/ During the summer, there is usually a long line to get in. Bring ID with you too. It's checked at the door before you get in.

  7. As for BnB… also check out Queens, especially Astoria. A 15 minute train ride to Manhattan, and the restaurants are comparable to Manhattan without the Manhattan price!

  8. Love your chanel and your tips about Prague. But this 'just buy with your card' thing isnt a good advice at all. I have used my brasilian credit card in europe and they always charge a % fee on overseas transactions + a really bad currency conversion rate. It might me a good advice for some other countries and cards, but people should be careful about that.
    Again, thanks for all the information and I hope to see you in a meet-up in prague, soon.

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