You’re probably more likely to stay in a city like New York than Paris, London, or Berlin, according to a new study.
The report, published by the World Economic Forum, found that people in the three big metropolises spent an average of 2.4 years in a hotel, and that it was likely more time spent in a different place than in the comfort of a hotel room.
The city with the highest rate of staying in a place was New York, at 2.8 years, followed by London (2.7 years), Paris (2,6 years), and Berlin (2 years).
For those living in London, that’s almost three years more than people who lived in Paris.
“For the past few years, the cities of New York and London have become more crowded, and the number of nights spent in one city or another has risen,” said the study’s author, Paul Collier, an assistant professor of economics at Columbia University.
“It seems the best solution is to stay within the city.”
The researchers also noted that the study didn’t compare the length of stays in cities where the average stay is more than three years.
They compared a total of 5,000 people living in 20 cities to those living on the streets, which was more than 1.4 times the average of about 400 people in each city.
“Our findings suggest that the quality of the experience in a particular city is not affected by the size of its population,” the researchers wrote.
“On the contrary, the quality is generally higher in places where the population is relatively small and the quality does not suffer as much.”
What happens when you’re a tourist?
It’s easy to forget that it’s actually much harder to get to the places you want to visit.
Collier and his colleagues looked at people’s travel habits as part of their research.
They collected data on their daily routines, including how often they went on vacation and how long they stayed in hotels.
They then looked at what cities were most crowded, based on how many people there were in each.
If the people were visiting a city and they had to make an overnight flight, they’d likely have stayed in a more crowded hotel than a place with less people.
So they took a look at how many hours people spent in different cities and what cities had the lowest and highest average occupancy rates.
The results showed that New York had the most crowded cities, followed closely by London and Paris.
The researchers concluded that people who spend a lot of time in a single city are likely to be spending a lot more time in those same cities than people that spend a little.
“The number of days spent in hotels is likely to increase with the number and quality of places people are living in, and with the size and type of cities,” Collier said.
It’s also worth noting that people spending a great deal of time is not necessarily bad, especially when it comes to staying in the best hotel in the world.
If you’re visiting a tourist destination, you can stay in whatever you want and if you want a more spacious bed, you’ll be happier in the hotel that is right next door to you.
But if you’re just going for a quick walk, then you probably won’t need a hotel for more than a few days.
If your trip involves a lot other activities, it’s likely you’ll want to go to a different city to do them, or to find a better place to eat, according the researchers.