Will the year 2007
    be a great year?


Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Additional Information...

We have taken 2.119 pictures so far... and we have room for 3.567 more pictures.

Places I was impressed with (ranked in order)

  1. London, England
  2. Madrid, Spain
  3. Salema, Portugal
  4. Budapest, Hungary
  5. Krakow, Poland
Places I was not very impressed with (ranked in order)
  1. Paris, France
  2. Rome, Italy
  3. Vatican City, Vatican City
Countries, we plan to visit (ranked in order)
  1. Czech Republic
  2. Germany
  3. The Netherlands
  4. Luxembourg City
  5. Belgium
  6. Ireland? (if money permits)
  7. Scotland? (if money permits)


marathonbabe said...

2119 pics r a lot and about 3500 to go :) You gotta make a slideshow movie out of them.

Keep up doing stats. People I know who travelled did their stats and it was most interesting to read about. For instance, most expensive plate, cheapest hostel ever, favourite plate to kick back in, the place of best treatment and worst, numbers of time u eat sushi, etc... the travellers keep eye on the stats.

oneninefive said...

Another statistic from our trip is...

FrecklesFly and I have ate McDonald Products only three times.

McDonald food is much more expensive than other food that you get from food stores or even restaurants.

I think xff mentioned that it was cheaper to eat at McDonald than buying food from food stores, I gotta say that I do not agree with that, we are finding the food store much cheaper in most countries and McDonald's is much more expensive in Prague (but sells beer there, 0.3L for 30Kč compared to most bars selling 0.5L for 23 to 25 Kč - approx USD$1)


marathonbabe said...

Interesting how McDonalds are expensive than food stores and restaurants. It'd be nice if McDonalds are expensive here in our country, encouraging people to shop for foods in the food store but I dont know if that'd work.

They sell beers at McDonalds in Prague? Thats probably how they can get some more people to say "I'm loving it" (their slogan).

lore said...

mcdonalds was cheaper in AUSTRALIA :)

Brandon said...

In sweden, an average meal in McDonalds will set you back about 12 canadian dollars (Thats just for a burger, fries and a coke)... From what some ppl in sweden says, its nothing when compared to norway... a burger king meal could cost up to 18-20 dollars canadian...

most health-consicious countries increases the cost of junk food to promote people eating healthier food.