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4riS
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Cappuccino about 3 euros, croissant about 1.50-2.00 euros. Greeks are jealous of Italians for their cheap and high quality coffee in cafeterias. :-)

(on topic: Rent is between 300-600 euros here usually, depending on the apartment)

Indeed. Greeks love Cappuccino and Spaghetti :) That’s why we love Italy.
Rent here is around 350-450 EUR. Of course it depends on the city you live.

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dekurvajo
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Greeks are jealous of Italians for their cheap and high quality coffee in cafeterias. :-)
Ella re file, they should’t be jealous. ;) they have poli oreo frappĂ© and tiro pita, and the kafeneions is beats all the posh coffee shops all over in the world :D
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smudgethis
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$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.

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harmonikas996
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Got my house paid off about 7 months ago, so no more mortgage payment for this guy! :D

Luckily, I purchased a short-sale home and got a 4 bedroom 2 bath house for $30,000 on 5 acres of land. It’s a really nice place but with the house sitting for a couple of years before I purchased it, I had to replace my air handler, outside a/c unit, completely redone the water system (got rid of those nasty filtering systems – now using aerator system to get rid of sulfur in the well water) and I also had to replace the water heater. Even after the house is paid off, I’m still putting money into it :*(

Looking to replace the carpet with tile within the next 6 months, wish me and my family luck!

Good luck, sir!


$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.

Holy cow!

It’s so expensive?

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wiseguys
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when i was paying the 1,250.00 per month that price didn’t include any other bills..
what did you use to do for a living back then?

He was doing porn movies.

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NikolaSusa
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when i was paying the 1,250.00 per month that price didn’t include any other bills..
what did you use to do for a living back then?
He was doing porn movies.

Seems legit.

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krafti
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i am used to pay round about 550 for my last two flats… first one in my hometown, totally luxury. Other one was cute and charming in munich…

anyway its really depends where u live and how much u spend for life there…

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garethcoker
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$1,650 – 2 Bedroom – Los Angeles.

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nCrafts
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$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.

Must be really good coffee.

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rarepearldesign
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I own a home, I pay $1700/mnth….however it’s 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and on 3 acres of land.

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