Meh, Europe isn’t the USA.
That’s the point. You can’t see the big picture without more perspective.
I don’t speak European either :(
Definitely worth the trip. I would love to go back and just stay. There is nothing like being able to take a drive to a city that is over 2000 years old or see castles. The lifestyle is so much more pleasant.
Thank goodness Europe is not the USA.
Hi DW…It’s not that I disagree with you (not really, because I’ve been to Europe) but I really love traveling all over the US and Canada. Most everyone speaks English (except for Southerners :), the National Parks are great and while the cities aren’t as old as Paris or Rome or London, most of them are awesome. Anyway…just my 2c worth.
The exhaust hood may just be out of frame. A restaurant I worked at had like a huge one up near the ceiling.
Every country has it’s strengths and weaknesses. Both the US and Europe (and whatever your home country is) are great places to live and visit. It all depends on your attitude.
I guess I’m crazy. I used to want to visit but I don’t anymore.
several counties speak english : uk, malta & gibraltar.
We are currently having problems in the US, but Europe is having problems too. Ask yourself why so many people moved to the US from Europe in past years. Before welfare a good number of them couldn’t make it and returned. With welfare, those that can’t make it are subsidized.