San Jose, United States travel tips

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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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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 San Jose Sabercats.

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

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Hotel Valencia Santana Row may not be the cheapest hotel in San Jose, 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 Santa Clara Marriott 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 Valley Inn San Jose is a great place to stay for a night or two.

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San Jose has several Amusement Parks. Golfland, Raging Waves and California's Great America are all popular destinations.

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The Tech Museum of Innovation is a great family program, with its IMAX theatre and stunning displays it is a must.

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Clubbing is a big thing in San Jose, especially on Friday and Saturday nights. Have no idea which club to pick? Do not worry, The Vault 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 Goosetown Lounge if you want something different.

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In need of a more elegant restaurant? Ask around for Siesta Bistro as it has great service and an amazing wine selection.

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San Jose has numerous restaurants and Nemea Greek Taverna is one of the best in town.

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Finding budget restaurants in San Jose is not that hard. Ask around for Falafel Drive-in.

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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 9. San Jose are also safe, but still, always keep an eye open!

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San Jose is sunny almost all year round. Be prepared for some light showers in May.

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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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