Sunday, October 6, 2013

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  1. Hi Friends how are you hope you fine I am share with you some vacation tips in other country hope you like. Many visitors to the U.S. feel pressured to tip even when they do not feel it is fair or reasonable to do so. Customers cannot be forced to tip as a matter of law, but they are legally required to pay any charges that are clearly marked prior to service, and these may include mandatory gratuities (tips). Mandatory gratuities are used by some restaurants with large numbers of foreign customers who may not be familiar with American tipping customs, often in tourist centers such as New York City. Mandatory gratuities also are charged by many restaurants when large groups are being served. A very few restaurants and restaurant chains may discourage tipping. There are a few U.S. restaurant chains with limited table service that discourage tipping when customers receive table service. For those who prefer not to tip, but also don't want to deal with their own trays or the trays and drinks of children at fast food restaurants, these restaurants may offer an alternative. Fast food restaurants do not have tipping, nor do they have table service. Obviously at restaurants with no tipping policies or where gratuities are automatically added to customer checks, there is no need to tip unless there is a desire to additionally reward some exceptional service.
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