• Is the Republika Srpska a country?

    10 answers · 6 days ago
  • I want to travel the world....?

    Next year i want to travel all around Europe. How much money do you think I should save up to pay for the trip + hotels. I have family located around Europe, so i don't have to waste on accommodation. What do you believe is a fair amount that I should have saved by next year ?
    Next year i want to travel all around Europe. How much money do you think I should save up to pay for the trip + hotels. I have family located around Europe, so i don't have to waste on accommodation. What do you believe is a fair amount that I should have saved by next year ?
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is 4,500 Euro enough to travel in UK and Europe for 3 months?

    I have Free accomodation everyplace I go. I have unlimited bus pass to get within each and every city in europe. I have already bought the air tickets. This amount is only for food and daily travel cost inside the city. Also I wouldn t visit many paid attractions. I eat only 2 meals.
    I have Free accomodation everyplace I go. I have unlimited bus pass to get within each and every city in europe. I have already bought the air tickets. This amount is only for food and daily travel cost inside the city. Also I wouldn t visit many paid attractions. I eat only 2 meals.
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is Croatia worth visiting in the summer, what is there to do?

    Best answer: Yes, it is. Croatia has wonderful beaches and Plitvice Lakes is definitely worth visiting. In addition, there are historic sites, museums and the usual sightseeing to do.
    Best answer: Yes, it is. Croatia has wonderful beaches and Plitvice Lakes is definitely worth visiting. In addition, there are historic sites, museums and the usual sightseeing to do.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Which european country has cheapest food prices?

    Best answer: East European; ex Soviet Union. Bulgaria, for example.
    Best answer: East European; ex Soviet Union. Bulgaria, for example.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I want to have a short break away for my 30th Birthday which is in 3 weeks, any ideas for a relaxed 3 nights?

    Would prefer a short trip to Europe or even somewhere more closer in the UK, I have been to the Lake District alot so any place similar I would look at.
    Would prefer a short trip to Europe or even somewhere more closer in the UK, I have been to the Lake District alot so any place similar I would look at.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Any devices to help notify me of speeding?

    So, I just received my 2nd ticket in 7 months. 3rd speeding ticket total. My first ticket was 3-4 yrs ago... I had really been trying to not speed but this time I just so happened to be not paying attention to the spedomeeter :(, no speed limit sign in sight, and I had just got off of a 24hr shift (EMT)... So,... show more
    So, I just received my 2nd ticket in 7 months. 3rd speeding ticket total. My first ticket was 3-4 yrs ago... I had really been trying to not speed but this time I just so happened to be not paying attention to the spedomeeter :(, no speed limit sign in sight, and I had just got off of a 24hr shift (EMT)... So, does anyone know any automatic oppening apps or devices that will let me know the speed limit and notify me when I go over?
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What's the average number of people to have kissed by the age of 16/17?

    (excluding family & pecks)
    (excluding family & pecks)
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What hobbies/interests are popular in Scandinavian countries?

    Best answer: Of course we don't picnic in the rain, but we're very much outdoor people. Norwegians and Swedes do a lot of winter sports. They're practically born with a pair of skis on their feet. ;) You can't ski in Denmark, but soccer is a big thing - probably the most popular sport. After that comes... show more
    Best answer: Of course we don't picnic in the rain, but we're very much outdoor people. Norwegians and Swedes do a lot of winter sports. They're practically born with a pair of skis on their feet. ;)

    You can't ski in Denmark, but soccer is a big thing - probably the most popular sport. After that comes handball, but that's usually played indoors. We're also into running, biking etc. I have many friends who run half-marathons and marathons on a regular basis - and many who do bicycle racing and mountain biking. Many of us bike to work and most of us have a bicycle. If you're having lunch/dinner with family and friends, it's also very common to go for a walk afterwards.

    Sail sports, fishing and surfing are also popular, and I live in the country where most of my neighbours are hunters.

    There's a saying in Scandinavia that there's no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothes. And that also goes for Denmark, where the weather is generally miserable, wind and rain, wind and rain - not so much snow.

    Our humour is different than in the U.S. so that could be where the intellect part comes from, as in we might have less low brow humour (it certainly exists, though, just look at "Klovn"). E.g. there's a lot of U.S. humour that I dont' find funny at all (and a lot that I do), and we definitely have more dark humour, but otherwise I wouldn't say that we're more into the high arts than in the U.S. - at least as far as I know. Some people are, some aren't.

    Denmark in general is a country of hobbies, though. I'm a teacher in an organization where we offer various classes for the general public. Right now the big thing is mental and physical health, so Mindfulness, Pilates, Yoga etc. are popular. Second is lectures on various topics, third probably cooking and language classes, and then comes music, art.

    Bottom line is that most people do both. Go for a run, come home to take a shower and curl up with a good book.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Best England, France, Italy tour path in 10 days?

    Hi, I wanted some recommendations/suggestions about what the best way, path, and transportation methods would be for a 10 day Europe trip where hitting London, Paris, Venice, and Rome are essential, but other possible stops could be Geneva (does Barcelona seem too undoable?) or other major cities along the way. For... show more
    Hi, I wanted some recommendations/suggestions about what the best way, path, and transportation methods would be for a 10 day Europe trip where hitting London, Paris, Venice, and Rome are essential, but other possible stops could be Geneva (does Barcelona seem too undoable?) or other major cities along the way. For example, is London>Paris>Venice>Rome>London a good way? Must start and end in London in 10 (maybe more like 11) days and ok with flying back to London *once (cannot fly to and from every city). Looking for the most time-saving ways so about 2 days can be spent in each city, cost-efficiency would help, but I'm just looking for tips for how to make the most it. Your input, advice, experience, etc. would help! Thanks :)
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is this french piece of highway paid?

    Is this french piece of highway paid?

    Hi, I am travelling from Saarbrucken (Germany) to Luxembourg City (Luxembourg). I want to travel through France, like shown on map. With my SUV car. Are there some toll gates or is this piece of highway paid? THANKS - MERCI.
    Hi, I am travelling from Saarbrucken (Germany) to Luxembourg City (Luxembourg). I want to travel through France, like shown on map. With my SUV car. Are there some toll gates or is this piece of highway paid? THANKS - MERCI.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Have you ever pick up hitchhikers?

    Best answer: Never any more. People are animals Although we have a lot of migrant workers in our areas certain times of the year. I will stop and offer them a ride to the local deli if I see them walking from their camps towards the village. Or back to their camps if that is the case. It's pretty much a given what their... show more
    Best answer: Never any more. People are animals
    Although we have a lot of migrant workers in our areas certain times of the year. I will stop and offer them a ride to the local deli if I see them walking from their camps towards the village. Or back to their camps if that is the case. It's pretty much a given what their intentions are. So I do not normally feel threatened, and, I get to tune up my Spanish. We both normally enjoy the company.
    16 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • I m tracing from the US to Europe and I have a outlet adapter but I m not sure if I need a voltage converter?

    Best answer: If you're talking about your electronics- laptop, phone, iPad- those are dual voltage and don't need a converter. However, your blow dryer may blow up if it's not dual voltage. Look to see what's written on it.
    Best answer: If you're talking about your electronics- laptop, phone, iPad- those are dual voltage and don't need a converter. However, your blow dryer may blow up if it's not dual voltage. Look to see what's written on it.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Have the Swedish or german governments outlawed pepper spray or do they not stock up on it?

    Best answer: Whilst you can't use pepper spray, there's a multitude of other products that can be used.
    My daughter uses a product called GoldSpot, which is a breath freshener. Even the most perverted masochists would not get this stuff in their eyes.
    Best answer: Whilst you can't use pepper spray, there's a multitude of other products that can be used.
    My daughter uses a product called GoldSpot, which is a breath freshener. Even the most perverted masochists would not get this stuff in their eyes.
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Which western European countries is in need of doctors presently?

    Best answer: Denmark, provided you qualify and can get Danish authorisation.

    Doctors are on what is called the "Positive List" in Denmark, which will give you a lot of advantages when it comes to residence permits etc. There also used to be a taxation advantages, but I'm not sure that still applies.
    Best answer: Denmark, provided you qualify and can get Danish authorisation.

    Doctors are on what is called the "Positive List" in Denmark, which will give you a lot of advantages when it comes to residence permits etc. There also used to be a taxation advantages, but I'm not sure that still applies.
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago