Charlotte, United States travel tips

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You cannot have mobility without a car in the U.S. Try renting, and look for the best prices online.

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Try catching a college football or NFL game, the local team is called Carolina Panthers.

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Tickets are not that hard to come by for a good baseball match. Charlotte Knights is the local team, and you always root, root-root for the home team!

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Dunhill Hotel may not be the cheapest hotel in Charlotte, but if you want professional service do not hesitate to book a room here.

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Need a family hotel for the night? Try calling Embassy Suites Charlotte as they are quite friendly and usually have a room to spare.

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Motels in the U.S. are relatively cheap, and Rodeway Inn Charlotte is a great place to stay for a night or two.

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One of Charlotte's biggest attraction is the skyline, dominated by the Bank of America tower.

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Charlotte is all about architecture, make sure you visit the older neighborhoods, built in the 1920s and 30s.

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Clubbing is a big thing in Charlotte, especially on Friday and Saturday nights. Have no idea which club to pick? Do not worry, BAR Charlotte is a great place to start your night.

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There are many kind of bars in any U.S. city from the cheapest watering hole to the most prestigious ones. Look for The Double Door Inn if you want something different.

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In need of a more elegant restaurant? Ask around for Price's Chicken Coop as it has great service and an amazing wine selection.

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Charlotte has numerous restaurants and Bar-B-Q King is one of the best in town.

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Finding budget restaurants in Charlotte is not that hard. Ask around for Rí Rá.

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Clueless about what to do? Get some intel at the local tourist office!

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Crime rates may not be the lowest in the U.S., but compared to the rest of the world, it is in fact a safe country to visit. Most parts of Charlotte are also safe, but still, always keep an eye open!

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Temperatures range from -10°C to 40°C, which can be kind of hectic. Also, be prepared, Charlotte is quite humid!

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The United States is known for its great service, and for a reason. Most people in the service industry are highly skilled professionals and for this reason, kind.

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Mood of waiters in the U.S. can vary from hospitable to outright rude. Rule of thumb is, if you appreciate the service of someone, tip.

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Using vending machines (laundry, for example) can be tricky as they still need coins, count your quarters, they can be useful!

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