Germany on sale

Tue 21 Aug 2012
Anywhere in mainland Eu gets a start in the sale mayhem too, but its at its peak in Germany as they have so many extras that make it exceptional to the balance of the main lands including France, Belgium, Italy and Netherlands.

Arriving with Aussie $ in your pocket is the best way to start and consider some of these prices:

Swimming shorts from $7
Fashion shirts from $17
Large bottled beer in the liquor barn /supermarket/corner store/ service station from $1
Sandwiches, rolls, etc, start from $2 outside tourist traps

My pick of Germany as a choice destination goes further than this.

1. The roads are fantastic and high speed, connecting you all over the country and adjacents in hours and FREE
2. Everyone is polite to the point of fault. Anyone under the age of 25 will have some english, if not speak it better than you.
3. Giving the finger in traffic is illegal
4. You can buy beer at service stations (seems ironic)
5. The roads are well signed as long as you have a list of cities along your route.
6. Its very safe
7. Catching trains is fast and efficient if you wish this path
8. There is lots of history
9. Anything that you buy WILL last.
10. Flights into the country vary with a range of International airports


The list goes on, but that's all I can think of now

Shopping tips:
- Signs with ab. on sale racks means "prices from"
- Visa card can be a problem. Mastercard is better accepted
- Younger shop assistants have better language skills, not that you need them
- You are buying in advance of the next Southern hemisphere season.

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