Each time I hear someone from the US comment how "we" saved the world during WWll, I recall they forgot just how many fought against the German military might from many different countries, including the people whose lands were occupied, as far as was possible covertly.We are eternally grateful to you, the savour of the world
I'm glad to see that the US are so similar to Germany again, I had my doubts recently. Just to put this in perspective, while we ran out of TP and hand sanitizer on day one, flour and yeast right now, I just wonder, what the heck are the people doing?
In France there was a shortage on condoms and red wine.
Let's re-evaluate our priorities, guys.
I found the younger French to be much friendlier than older generation In general. Yes food there was nice. I flew the country side in Burgundy and had to do a precautionary landing in a farmers field (IMC ahead) and the farmer thought I crashed so he called the police. Me and the girl flying with me had to social engineer our way out of it given that I really did not have a proper French license.I find the French get much friendlier if you speak some french.
Most Germans seem almost to prefer speaking english to visitors. My son speaks some german, but has a hard time practicing because of that fact!
Speaking of French vs American dining, I find American restaurants' use of the term "entree" ( to mean the main course) to be quite ridiculous. In french, that word essentially means the "starter".