doru saidwhere you live in Italy? only ~$3 ? I was in Brindisi and for something like this I paid ~$10 In Poland you must pay for this $6 in really good restaurand $8-$10
FlashTang saidlol no, 2 dollars and 70 cents
doru said270 USD for a cup of coffe + bread? , that’s unbelievable
I wonder. How much this cost where you live now? Here is 2,70$ at the moment
you know that’s what a general worker of China can earn in a month
I live in England where things are pretty expensive, my rent is about $2418.30 a month. I live with my girlfriend, yeah we follow the 30% rules, just saving to buy a house in the next 6 months.
Melbourne, 2BR apartment near outskirt of the CBD is $1980 per month for me… :’( no bills included.
awsome… In Poland for 70% of people, the salary standard is ~ $500/month
Smudgethis saidMust be really good coffee.
$1600 a month for a two bedroom flat in London. A coffee will cost you $32000 and croissants are available from most branches of Barclays or other leading banking authority.
I think he meant a cup of cocaine.. not coffee .. also do the banks make the croissants and not the bakeries ? I gotta go to London
where you live in Italy? only ~$3 ? I was in Brindisi and for something like this I paid ~$10 In Poland you must pay for this $6 in really good restaurand $8-$10
The price is higher if you go to central tourist area and if you sit at a table and they bring the order to you.
The ~$3 is intended for normal way of consuming the breakfasts in Italy, at the bar.
I live in Rome.
rarepearldesign saidNice one! How many of you stay there?
I own a home, I pay $1700/mnth….however it’s 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and on 3 acres of land.
Wife and I, plus two dogs and a couple cats. It’s the last house we are buying so we bought it to grow in to, plus we use the rooms now for various things.