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How to Avoid Looking Like a Tourist

Blending in to a city or country you're visiting has many advantages, among them allowing yourself to have a more immersive experience and not falling victim to a robbery scheme involving human feces. Some cities come with their own code of conduct, such as Washington DC, where during Gadling's recent summit we noticed anyone who stands on the left side of an escalator is immediately met with a barrage of furrowed brows and choice words.
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