When you want to move to a new city, there’s a lot of new rules.
You can’t book hotel rooms from a website, you can’t go to a restaurant, and you can only book for three nights in a row.
There are also restrictions on your use of public transportation.
So, how do you know if you’re on the right track?
Here are a few things you can look for to help you decide whether you’re headed for the big city or the tiny island town.
Name of the hotel 2.
Hours of operation 4.
Rooms available 5.
Type of lodging 6.
Room size 7.
Room type (single, double, triple) 8.
Room style (bathroom, loft, room for 2 or more) 9.
Accommodation type 11.
Length of stay 12.
Rooms with showers 13.
Bathrooms with shower 14.
Shower facilities 15.
Wi-Fi access 16.
Internet access 17.
Parking and tolls 18.
Parking meter service 19.
Phone service 20.
Hotel staff 21.
Food and beverage options 23.
Food available 24.
Hotel service 25.
Hotels availability 26.
Rates in the area 27.
Information on online travel websites 28.
Hotel rates 29.
Hotel information 30.
Other travel information 31.
Hotel locations 32.
Rates for hotel reservations 33.
Rates and rates in the region 34.
Rates available for hotels and restaurants 35.
Rates per person for hotels 36.
Rates on property tax reductions 37.
Rates, discounts and offers for property taxes 38.
Rates from property tax exempt organizations 39.
Rates that are tax-exempt 40.
Rates not taxed as property taxes 41.
Other tax-related information 42.
Rates listed on the local governments website 43.
Rates posted by other local governments 44.
Rates paid by third-party vendors 45.
Other charges on third-parties 46.
Additional information on rates, discounts, and offers 47.
Additional local government fees 48.
Fees for parking, internet access and other services 49.
Charges for services 50.
Other costs not included in rate 52.
Other fees and taxes that may apply 53.
Fees and taxes on property taxes and fees 54.
Additional fees for parking permits and fees 55.
Fees charged for insurance or other services 56.
Other items that may affect your overall bill 57.
Taxes and fees not included on the bill or on the online portal 58.
Tax and fee increases for property tax changes 59.
Taxes payable when paying for a home renovation or other repairs 60.
Taxes not included as part of your rent payment 61.
Additional taxes and charges that may be included in your monthly bill 62.
Additional monthly taxes and additional charges due at the end of the month 63.
Additional costs of services and utilities required when you leave the home 64.
Other taxes and surcharges 65.
Additional charges for your child’s education 66.
Additional expenses that may impact your bill 67.
Other property tax related charges 68.
Other expenses that you might incur if you change your address 69.
Additional property taxes that you may be charged for 70.
Additional cost of property taxes not included 69.
Charges payable when you purchase a property 70.
Other additional charges 70.
Charges not included when you buy property 71.
Additional rent charges for a room in a hotel 72.
Additional rental charges 73.
Charges from property taxes exempt organizations 74.
Charges paid by private operators 75.
Other other charges 76.
Charges charged for services 77.
Other applicable charges 78.
Additional interest and penalties 79.
Charges assessed to your credit card or bank account 80.
Additional credit card and bank fees 81.
Additional payment options 82.
Additional transaction fees 83.
Additional payments to your bank 84.
Additional amounts for your credit limit 85.
Additional additional charges 86.
Charges you must pay on your credit limits for taxes 87.
Charges on fees you pay at a gas station 88.
Additional water and sewer fees 89.
Other local government charges 90.
Other municipal or county levies 91.
Additional tolls and fees 92.
Other rates of government fees 93.
Charges required for some types of services 94.
Additional telephone charges 95.
Additional hotel taxes 96.
Additional parking fees 97.
Additional transportation fees 98.
Other hotel parking fees 99.
Other vehicle registration fees 100.
Additional tax on your home sale transaction 101.
Other insurance premiums 102.
Additional insurance premiums for certain property types 103.
Other premiums and insurance costs 104.
Additional premiums and other charges for certain services 105.
Additional services that you are required to pay 106.
Additional security deposits 107.
Additional bank charges for loans 108.
Additional phone fees 109.
Other interest charges 110.
Other services and fees 111.
Other payment options 112.
Additional mortgage fees 113.
Other home maintenance fees 114.
Additional home insurance premiums 115.
Additional energy bills 116.
Other utility bills 117.
Other water and wastewater charges 118.
Other utilities and fees 119.
Other parking fees 120.
Other mortgage fees 121.
Other consumer credit fees 122