Visit America – The DON’Ts of Visiting The USA


Hey there fellow travelers mark here with Wolters world and today we’re in Mystic Connecticut in a beautiful place here in the US and today what we have for you are the don’ts a visit in the US because Anywhere you go in the world. There’s things you should do, but there’s also things you shouldn’t do and this video is gonna Just cover the US In general okay? And our first don’t for when you visit the US is don’t touch the Americans. Look Americans really like their personal space it’s like they have a bubble around them, and if you get too close to them they Feel very very very very uncomfortable, okay, so make sure you give them a little distance when you are there You know cuz I know when I go to Italy and Spain and stuff good mark How’s it going on this stuff and my American friends sometimes go wow they’re really really affectionate like that’s just how it is Here space is key the second don’t I have for you is don’t count on public transportation look when we were in China And we were in throughout Europe in South America We took buses and trains and planes and all kinds of stuff to get all over the place because public transport has really developed Here in the US you cannot count on public transport to get you a lot of places Yes in big cities like New York and Chicago and stuff like that. You can get around for the public transport It’ll take you where you want to go, but a lot of towns small towns Especially in middle sized cities the public transportation networks are not very good and at night sometimes was not very safe So that is kind of a frustrating thing, so yes, you’re gonna probably have to rent a car when you come here, okay? So just have a heads up for that and that kind of leads into the next don’t I have for you as that is Don’t underestimate the size of the US the United States. It’s you know continental US is like continental Europe. It’s huge I mean
Would you think of driving from I wanna do you know go to from Lisbon to Paris and then go up to Tallinn and then? I’m gonna head down to Sofia. No you’re like that is insanely far. It’s the same thing when you come to the U.S. I meet a lot of travelers that are like oh I’m gonna fly in it New York grab a car drive down to Miami to see Miami Beach, then head over to LA I’m like dude you get two weeks. Here’s from the entire time in cars the distances here are Insane so what I recommend is picking a region so all we’re gonna stay here in New England and see New England what we’re gonna go in the Southeast you know go to Atlanta Savannah and Charleston things like that or or visit the West Coast you do that to give better idea of the culture there and things like that but also it suggests the logistics things because it’s so far between the places and to go along with that for Americans a three to four hour drive. That’s a day trip like my parents of three hours away I will literally get up go drive have lunch with my mom and then drive back home Just for lunch six hours in the car. No big deal. It’s about seven hours. We start to think hmm That kind of is a long drive, and we drive the entire way through okay This isn’t like oh, I must stop every two hours, and have a 15-minute break Oh no. No no no no we drive all the way through okay Now my next don’t for you when you come here Is don’t think that the sticker price is the end price Look in the US we have sales tax. I know other countries. They have VAT (value-added taxes) They’re already put into the price of products so when you see oh, it’s one dollar or one euro I only pay one euro in the US it is not like that We have sales tax so a certain percentage is added on to that product And the thing is I cannot tell you what the sales tax will be where you’re going to travel because it’s different everywhere cities, states, counties… Different products have different sales taxes and some products don’t have sales taxes some cities don’t have sales taxes some have 10% sales tax It can be different. Anywhere you go, so if you’re gonna go get your dollar menu Item at a McDonald’s or Culver’s or wherever it’s not gonna be a buck where I live now There’s two cities right by where I live one. It’s gonna be a dollar eight the other one It’s gonna be a dollar nine so be ready for that and it’s not just the sales tax also
There could be the tipping on top and that leads us into the fifth don’t and that is don’t Forget to tip look in the u.s. You tip fifteen to twenty percent at a sit-down restaurant. Okay, now McDonald’s stuff like that No, you don’t tip at a fast-food place But it’s a sit-down restaurant where they bring you your food and stuff like that you will tip them fifteen to twenty percent if you Are in a group of six people or more sometimes they automatically put the gratuity on there? Which sometimes to be 18 percent or something like that look when you come to the u.s.? There’s a reason why the food is like so affordable like wow it’s cheap to go out eat in the US It’s because there’s kind of this Understanding that the service fees and paying for the workers and the waitresses and stuff like that that goes on to you the person eating There with the tips so the food and stuff can be cheaper when you go out to eat And I know a lot of people say I don’t believe in tipping another tip it isn’t the right thing they should pay their people More, well if you want to pay more for your food they can do that, but they don’t okay? So tipping is something we do do here in the US so do tip that 15 to 20 percent Oh, also if you’re at a bar and you’re buying drinks you’re gonna want to tip a couple dollars here and there Otherwise the bartender might not be too quick to come back and get you your next drink So falling off of those tips what you need to realize is our next don’t is Don’t be freaked out by the over-the-top service and free stuff you sometimes get in the u.s. Look because of tipping and commissions and stuff like that yes There is a lot of over-the-top service here, but the thing is in the US that people actually are pretty nice And they want to help people and sometimes for some travelers if they come from countries Where people don’t get a lot of service sometimes it can be a bit much so don’t freak out about it Also with that is don’t be freaked out with some of the free stuff you get when you go to Restaurants look if you go to a restaurant they bring you bread and water or chips and salsa and all those really good things That’s included in your meal. Okay, so if you’re gonna be buying something They’re gonna give you some free stuff It might be some bread it might be a salad it might be a you know water might be something like that So don’t be like shocked with like wait. I didn’t order this bread I didn’t order this salad oh, no that comes with your meal, okay Now the thing is though you can’t just go in and get chips and salsa and walk out all right You actually have to order some food when you go there now. Now, my next don’t for you. Is don’t smoke cigarettes in the u.s. If you’re smoking cigarettes in the U.S. People will look at me like you’re trying to kill their, baby Cigarettes is like totally “Verboten” (Forbidden) like people really frown upon it which is funny because when they talk about marijuana and stuff like that people don’t seem to care As much, but cigarettes, oh, you’re trying to kill my baby with that cigarette two blocks away so if you do smoke make sure you try to find a place where you can smoke because a lot of restaurants or pretty much all restaurants Hotel stuff like that have smoke free its smoke free so you got to go like 15 to 20 feet away from doing things So that can be something so I’ve come here outside my favorite liquor store to give you the next don’t and that is Don’t try to buy alcohol unless you’re 21 or Cigarettes unless you’re 18 or over in the u.s. They will not sell them to you and the thing is don’t forget your ID because if you look like you’re 40 or under They may ask you for that and don’t get mad at them because they don’t ask they could get in trouble and get fined So don’t be surprised because we’ve had friends that have come here tried to buy alcohol and like sorry You don’t look old enough Oh, I don’t have my ID too bad, and the thing is it’s not just a person buying they might ask anybody with you So make sure everybody has their ID if they want to buy liquor or they want to but well they weren’t buy alcohol Or if they want to buy cigarettes so just FYI on that one Oh, that’s also another don’t have for you is don’t bother with the metric system when you come here We don’t use meters. We don’t use kilometers. We don’t use liters. It is inches, feet, miles, gallons pounds things like that and I’ll put a conversion chart here to show you but Honestly you may say how far is it to this next town, and they’ll tell you oh, it’s like 60 miles You’re like what’s that? 60 miles? It’s about a hundred kilometers Okay, so just do that because the people here won’t get it I mean I have people but not some oh, it’s 100 meters away like a hundred meters. It’s like a hundred yards Okay, so make sure you do know your Imperial system Okay, because metric – We don’t do that so much here, so we’re next don’t is when you do come at the US There’s a couple things you don’t talk about okay? One is gun control and two is Politics because no matter where you are you will get people on either side of the spectrum And they will have an argument with you, so it’s best just to lay off those topics talk about the weather Oh wouldn’t it be nicer if it was sunny today. We’ll even go sailing yes That would be much better than discussing gun control or politics. Just putting that one out there for you right now Now my next hope for you Is don’t assume that all the US and all the Americans are the same, so I know a lot of people say Oh, you’re a typical American. What’s like saying you’re a typical European look the U.S. Has all kinds of different cultures all kinds of different people all kinds of different Topography and scenery and stuff like that and when you come here. Don’t assume. It’s all the same You will see regional differences in cuisines, and how people treat each other, and how everything looks all kinds of stuff So don’t just think there’s just one kind of American. They’re all fat. Sloppy guys with ponytails No, there’s actually a lot of skinny people in America too. Not just fat guys like me and my buddy Jeff There are those so don’t assume it’s all the same all right, so do go out and explore And that’s why I always say is if you’re gonna come to the U.S. go and explore different regions because you’ll get a really different feel because going to the southeast and seeing the the plantation homes and going to see that the southern towns down there versus going to the northwest and Seattle and Portland or going to San Francisco or go to the Midwest with Chicago and Milwaukee you’re gonna have a very different feel Which is really a cool thing to do and you start to understand this Wow the U.S. does have a lot of different cultures within it a lot of different feelings when you go around here and Following on with that. I guess I would say another don’t is don’t assume There’s no culture in the US because there are a lot of Cultural centers out there if you go down to New Orleans you see a very rich culture there you go to New York or Boston Here in New England you have a very distinct culture in the Midwest with Chicago Milwaukee you go to the west coast I mean there’s a lot of different culture here Historic culture with the Native Americans or more recent culture here. I mean you have all that here You can really take in and saying there’s no culture in the U.S. it’s not really true because there are all these different cultural centers with great museums like the artists to to Chicago or the Met in New York the Getty in LA there’s all kinds of stuff you can see and do when you are here for a cultural trip It’s not just eating beautiful landscapes and seascapes like we are here in Connecticut There’s a lot more to it than that now. My next don’t for you It’s one that I kind of got a lot of questions about we actually have a video on this and then that is Don’t think that how are you or? How is it going is actually a question look when we say how’s it going? How you how are you these kind of things in the u.s.. It’s not a question. It’s a statement It’s like saying hi, okay Just take it as a hi because a lot of people say this everyone asked me how I’m doing When I try to tell them what I’m how I’m feeling they’re like what I was just saying how are you here? How are you is just hi think of it that way it’s like in France Saiva say that is it? How’s it going? How’s it going? We’re good to go in Portuguese to the vein everything good you answer back to Devane everything good It’s just how are you? How are you you move on okay? So don’t think it’s an actual All right now another don’t I have for you is don’t expect a lot at the fancy hotels. You know you’re thinking Oh, I’m gonna pay more money for this hotel I’m probably to get nicer stuff like a nicer breakfast better Wi-Fi Oh no No
No for some reason in the US it seems like the nicer the hotel the more you have to pay for the things you think Would be free like Wi-Fi and Breakfast So don’t feel like you have to stay at the fancy hotels because honestly if you’re gonna be going out and exploring You just need a couple beds right so stay at the hotels in the US and the cheaper ones will give you free Wi-Fi Free breakfasts all these kind of things which is really nice, so don’t Expect that from the fancy hotels another don’t I have for you is don’t skip out on the local food look We’re here in New England Connecticut. We’ve been having Lobster and clams and oh my god No England clam chowder. Oh my tummy is just like no Mama, it’s fantastic when I’m in the South man southern fried chicken mac and cheese barbecue. Oh my god The food and the different regions in the US are great So don’t just go to chain restaurants when you go to your hotel ask them Hey, put some local restaurants around here with some locally owned and operated restaurants So you can go there and check out those places because they really give you a great experience And I find a lot of times those ones actually have better service than the chain restaurants because it’s a mom-and-pop Place where the owners the ones helping you out And that is really kind of a cool thing now my next stone for you. Is don’t get sick look health care in the US is Insanely expensive and just because you come from another country doesn’t mean they’re not gonna find you for the bill alright So if you’re gonna be coming here make sure you get travel insurance or trip insurance so in case you do get sick or you Do break an ankle or you do break an arm or something happens to you your insurance will cover it now you might have to pay it first near insurance pays you back, but least you’ll get something back because Health care here in the U .S. Is insanely expensive Okay So make sure you prepare for that and I guess by last don’t I’m gonna have for you is one that People actually got mad at me for where I lived in other countries when I told them the U.S. Has 50 states and they said no the US has 52 states look don’t think the US has 52 states the US has 50 states okay, just just a heads up on that one I’m sure people got a comment dang down below that when I was in school. They told me 52 no There’s 48 on the mainland and then Alaska and Hawaii are 49 and 50 all right So those are our don’ts for visiting the US. What are some of the don’ts you have for the U.S. Because I know there’s more out there. I just want to get some of these out there to help out travelers Heading to the US just so we can get things going anyway If you like videos like this we have stuff on what the don’ts of going to Russia The don’ts of going to Germany the don’ts of you know going to Brazil and things like that and we really like helping travelers with Honest travel advice so if you like this video do click that subscribe button it means a lot to us And we put new travel videos out every Wednesday and Saturday to help great travelers Just like you so I’ll say bye from Connecticut and have a great time in the U.S. Because don’t worry, you will. It’s a fantastic place

100 Replies to “Visit America – The DON’Ts of Visiting The USA

  1. Don’t get too close to Americans

    Well yh everyone likes there personal space unless your Asian and your eating with your family

  2. When you were talking about don’t smoke in the US it reminded me of the time my mom and dad were in New York. My mam was having a smoke outside and asked someone working at the restaurant if they had any ashtrays because there were none in sight. The man simply said ‘Here in the US we pay our taxes for people to clean up after us. Just put your cigarette on the ground, someone is bound to clean it up’

  3. Number one tip: go home when you're done here. Don't just randomly disappear into the country. I know it's easy and a lot of people do it, but please don't. And don't come here while pregnant… its rude

  4. Don't confuse "How are you?" with "Are you OK?" "You alright?"

    The last two are actual questions that show concern about your well being. For instance someone saw you trip on something and fall down. People will gather and ask "Are you Ok?" which is a way of saying "Did you get hurt?".

    Maybe we see you frown or look sad about something. Someone may ask if everything is alright. "You alright," (informal, spoken)

  5. Don’t touch us yeah, but like if you meet someone, a handshake wouldn’t be a issue, like “how are you” handshake or “‘nice to meet you”

  6. I used to work in a grocery store. Everybody got carded. You’re 80 and using a cane to walk? Yeah better get your DL out because if I don’t check my manager is going to come over and bite my head off.

    Also 52 states? Are they counting Puerto Rico and Guam?

  7. When being introduced formally, always make eye contact and smile while firmly shaking hands. When I've traveled to other countries for business, this is not always the case, but in the US it is customary. During a trip to Asia, we were surprised at how uncomfortable some people were with this.

  8. And from a New Yorker’s perspective, besides the personal space issue…we get suspicious that someone getting too close or touchy is a pickpocket 🙁

  9. If you see someone who is highly ignorant, don’t try to reason with them, it will not work and many have already tried to in the past.

  10. Good tips. I've been all over the USA and it is all true what he's saying. Especially the 'typical American' thing. Most Europeans think Americans are crazy, because they only get to see crazy Americans on the internet. Let me tell you something, crazy people are everywhere, not just in America. And my best personal tip when coming to America, he's mentioned politics and gun control already, but also don't talk about religion. That's also a big no no. If you live by their customs and rules, you'll find Americans to be the nicest and most open people on this planet.

  11. "Don't Say The US Has No Culture"

    Hahahahaha… A lot of europeans think that. Ok there are a lot of museums… with europeans masterpieces but the big difference is US are a young country. And it's impossible to see old building, castle, old churchs etc… That why I prefer Europe sooooooooo far.

  12. you need to add a "stretch value tax" onto that polo, homeboy. no buttons buttoned and it still looks like its ready to give up on life

  13. Please come visit Lancaster farm country here in Pennsylvania. We are criminally overlooked because of a variety of reasons but we love foreigners, we have a surprising level of tolerance for languages and cultures plus we have some of the most affordable hotels and food you'll find on this side of the country. 🙂

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  15. The reason why the US "has no culture" is not because it lacks in museums, or cultural centers, in fact the US has plenty of high-brow culture. What it doesn't have is more of the simpler culture of the day-by-day. In the US culture is very sterile. Everything is made to make money. Architecture is blend and functional only, think freeways and strip malls. The charm of old town living is limited to very few pockets, most people are just driving all the time from work to mall to home, make money, spend money, the rat race. It's all about the private realm, and how to get rich, while they are just slaving for the man.

  16. Thanks for this! My wife and I are travelling out in less than two weeks time from here in Scotland to do three weeks going to the following places in this order: San Francisco, Yosemite, Monterrey, San Simeon, Santa Barbara, Santa Monica and finally Vegas. I am driving from when we leave SF to when we arrive in Vegas. Any tips?

  17. People in Germany smoke everywhere I honestly feel poisened. It's so annoying. Wish we had some rules abt smoking in public.

  18. This guy is a perfect example of don’t judge a book by its cover! I love his personality and engaging way of speaking!

  19. I've visited the USA from the UK a few times. Several years ago a friend of mine was talking about going to Florida for a 2 week family holiday and informed me he might visit Vegas while he was there. I asked him his plans and he said he was going to hire a car and drive there (alone) during his 2nd week. My reply shook him !! I told him to set off at the start of his 2nd week, drive almost constantly, only stopping for food and rest, then hit the Strip. Drive up and down the Strip, maybe twice depending on traffic, then head off immediately back to Florida because his family would be waiting at the airport. He thought it was about an hour away. Needless to say he never did it.

  20. "Dont" ask someone to press the button for the thirteenth floor >< because it is very rare to find a 13th floor in elevator in USA (take a close look at 11.28 in the video) arigato, Wolters world!

  21. That part is hella true. If someone says "how are you?" They expect to hear good anything else no one cares unless they are your friends.

  22. What we mean when we say that there is no culture in the u.s we mean there is no american culture like no national cuture (like everything is so capitalized that it isnt culture anymore its just another toy another drink something capitalized)

  23. My first thought when I saw the subject of this video was 'why would anyone want to visit the U.S. anymore?' It's dangerous here. We're a violent society. Our infrastructure is crumbling, homelessness is rampant in major cities with attendant feces problems, racism is growing worse, the politics are toxic and difficult to avoid, the ratio of content to advertising in media is jarring if you're not ready for it, and if you walk into a hospital ER you'll be leaving with a bill for $7K for a broken finger up to $100K or more if something is seriously wrong and you need an operation or to stay overnight.

  24. Don't get into an argument with strangers here. You never know when someone is armed and has low impulse control! It sounds like a joke, but unfortunately, it's not. Let the other person win and walk away.

  25. Yeah I lived in Japan for a few years, the older folks like to pet you. I did not like that and thought it was creepy at first, I later learned they were just showing affection.

  26. Who likes their personal space being invaded?

    Also you said New York subways were unsafe at night,
    They’re unsafe at all hours of the day.

  27. I mean it’s okay if you don’t tip, like I don’t tip unless I get outstanding service and, 52 states??? Why?

  28. When in the South don't refer to us as tanks it pisses us Southerners off , then we want to feed you to the alligators

  29. The first thing is so true! I was visiting San Francisco and this French man was right on me and I was very upset. Makes sense haha

  30. I agree with pretty much everything here except for the smoking thing. I was born, raised and live in America and I see people, Americans and foreigners, smoking up and down the streets all day and no one really cares. It's frowned upon mainly in just in closed spaces. Also the whole "no touching" thing you really need to specify what you mean. Obviously you don't want strangers coming up giving you hugs and a peck on the cheek. But if you see someone you know in public such as a friend, family member or a loved one, it's common to walk up to them and give each other a hug or a kiss. But nobody wants a complete stranger coming up to them and hugging them. I also don't agree with the "How are you," thing either. If I see someone, like a cashier, and I said, "How are you?" They'll say, "Good, how about you?" And I'm like, "I'm alright thank you." When I wanna say hi or hello I say hi or hello not "how are you doing?"

  31. If you visit Texas during the spring- early summer do not pick the state flower the bluebonnet that are in buildings/ parks etc.. there was a situation where a Turkish guy and his wife were caught picking them in front of a court house and a security guard saw them and they were fined for doing so and it made local news where I live. So just be aware that the beautiful blue flower you see DONT touch it admire it and leave it be. Some Texans take pride in their state flower and it can be unlawful to do it in front of certain buildings.

  32. What the man does not realize is that there are 500,000 (or more!!) different taxation districts in the U. S. all the time every day. Whenever I go shopping in my hometown in the state of Missouri, I fully expect to pay many different taxes on what I purchase at the local store. At the least, there is state sales tax, city sales tax and subdivision sales tax. My personal rule is that I mentally add ten ( 10 ) percent to the price displayed for the item. If the price turns out to be lower at the cash register, I take it as a pleasant surprise.
    For some reason, in the U S health care is considered a privilege not a right. You are only as healthy as you can afford to be. That is why so many people take vitamins to ward off disease.
    On another subject, Americans have always believed that private generosity is much more important than government spending. That is why servers in restaurants are paid minimal, starvation-type wages. This is supposed to motivate the server to be extra nice and give out free things willingly to "EARN" a tip. I was told in my childhood that TIP was an acronym standing for To Insure Prompt Service. Politicians, especially Republicans, have always been in favor of private charity instead of government run healthcare. They prefer for the individual doctor to to be touched by the pathos and despair of an individual patient's situation and decide to waive his fee than for a huge, supposedly wasteful government healthcare system to be set up. Republicans always believe that private generosity is efficient and government programs are ineffective. This however is bad news for people who do not know how to look cute and weak and pathetic so the individual doctor will spontaneously lower the office visit fee.

  33. I lived in the new England area for my whole life i love seeing tourist and help them its just seeing different people come here

  34. Standing in line. Always look for a line before you enter or walk up to a register. Americans respect the line.

  35. A "Don't" for me is, if you speak another language, TRY to speak English if you can! While places like NYC and LA are incredibly linguistically diverse, that is NOT the norm outside of cities with less than 750,000 people. The odds you'll be able to ask someone on the street for direction in your own language is very small here. So LEARN ENGLISH!

  36. Hi Mark, (Or any American who can help me out 😉 )

    Could I ask you to help me to NOT re-live a very embarrassing moment concerning tipping/ total due of a bill when visiting the US? (When I went five years ago, I had no clue, and I’m still ashamed when I think back about it…)

    You mentioned there’s no set amount percentage of sales taxes, but is there a maximum? Let’s just say I get a $100 bill at the restaurant. That means I’ll have to pay 120 dollars for the meal and the tips. Should you say I should always be safe with 140 dollars for the entire cost, or would 135 be enough (or another amount for that matter?) I’m looking for a rule of thumb, so I’m sure that I can pay my bills without either getting in trouble or being able to pay, but at the expense of the waiter's tips…

    Thanks and cheers!

    Nadine

  37. Tip: If a total stranger in America is striking up a conversation with you, it's because they're just being polite and passing the time. They're not trying to be your friend and they don't actually care about you or who you are.

    Europeans seem to get this confused all the time.

  38. This is an easy one. Don't go to America. That's simple.
    Everytime I think about me in America I think about Bob Hoskins going through that tunnel in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

  39. Actually there are 52 states in America. Alberta and British Columbia are the ones people usually miss. That is a joke the Canadians will understand.

  40. The tipping culture is really wierd to me as an outsider to the US. "We have tipping so the food can cost less" That is bonkers, to the guest the cost for going to a resturant includes everything that cost money i.e the food AND the service. So if the food is $30 plus a 20% tip would be an additional $6 the cost for me as a guest would be $36, so exactly how is the meal cheaper for me as a guest that way as opposed to if everything was included in the same tab. If I was to speculate I would think that it is taxrelated for the business owner. Does anyone know?

  41. I have things to add: don't talk directly to children, don't call children sweetheart in front of their parents, don't talk about how women look even if it is praise, don't ask females out, don't ask for anything from anyone, don't mention your beliefs about anything, never mention sex

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