He probably thinks Europe sucks because we can talk about him and he won't understand a word we're saying...
Most mainlanders speak at least 2 languages that are not English... (Not that it's relevant, but I speak English, Dutch, German, French and Latin, as well as a basic level understanding of Russian, Japanese, Mandarin, Italian and Spanish. Well, and several fictional languages. I get bored easily. :p)
Interesting. I wanted to go Europe in my lifetime, but I think I'll put that hold when the World calms down.
The Elders have arrived and they are angry. Not at the human race, but at the Demented Ones. All shall burn. My name is Kyral, savior of the human race.
If you mean the horse and carriage kind, not very far in any short amount of time. You're faster using cabs and busses. (bonus, the government pays my use of public transport. which I quite happily abuse.)
If you mean a car, where I would go is a pointless question. I've had a drivers license for years, and am out of the country more than I'm in it. Europe is a lot more compact than America. You're pretty much everywhere within 10 hours. (none of us count most of the former USSR states as Europe...)
Within 3 hours lies Brussels and Frankfurt.
In 5 hours I'm in Berlin, (4 if it's a quiet day and I can average out 170kph. Autobahn = no speed limit)
5 to London over Calais(Train across the Channel), 7 over Duinkerken (2h for ferry).
5 to Paris (3 if I take the Thalys highspeed train)
6 to Dresden and Basel
7 to Prague and Copenhagen
8 to Innsbruck, Salzburg, Zurich.
10 to Vienna, Warsaw.
I'll be reinstalling windows on my grandfather's pc. Who, once again, managed to delete C:/windows/system 32. Some moron from 'senior-tech-support' keeps giving him access to the administrator account. Enough of that, I'm hiding C:/, putting a password on admin, and then hiding it with another password. If he wants to change anything, he'll have to give me a call.