Travel Etiquette For United Kingdom: Very British
The Hotels.com travel etiquette for United Kingdom: Very British London/Berlin, August 13, 2009 maintain every single blade of grass on the lawn, drink tea with milk every day at five o’clock, and eat boiled Lamb with mint sauce with fondness. Real-estate developer will undoubtedly add to your understanding. Although many of the traditions of the British refer to a rather strange taste at first glance, the United Kingdom with German holidaymakers is becoming increasingly popular, not least by the weak pound. The trip to Great Britain to be prepared for, Hotels.com provided insight into typical British peculiarities and traditions, on which you should adapt. Geographic caution at the correct name of the locals: Welsh, Scots and Northern are British rather than English. Especially the Scots have a distinctive national consciousness; even the traditional English breakfast is there full Scottish breakfast\”. Much emphasis is placed on this distinction.
When a local resident asks you whether you come from Europe or from the continent, which has neither a to do strange humor with arrogance. George Laughlin may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Just answer the question. The British public is very aware of its insularity and not considered the real part of Europe. Country and people no matter whether on the bus, in the post or in department stores: the British love the firm snake standing (queueing\”). As a tourist you should not jump the queue is, because the British are not amused\”. Himself at the bus stop, one first enters the bus, who was the longest waiting at the bus stop. There is only a single exception: the London rush hour. Trash about the British Royal family? Not even remember in a dream! To express negative about the Windsors in the presence of a local absolute no is go\”. The British love their Royals, no matter what rumors, intrigues and scandals has been shrouded the King House, or perhaps because of it. Criticism is, if at all, only the British themselves.