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November 17, 2012 6:37 pm  #11


Re: Prices in Your Town today

Austria

1 Litre of Unleaded oil 1,360-1,400 €
1 Coffee 2,30
1 Ticket for the city bus/tram (60 minutes) 2,00
Bread by turkish bakeries 1 Kg. 1,50
Doner kebab 2,50-2,90



Italy (Genoa)

1 Litre of Unleaded oil 1,900 €
1 Coffee 0,90-1,00
1 kg. bread 3,50 €
1 Ticket for the city bus/train (100 minutes) 1,50
40 km by normal train 3,90

Last edited by Kyosuke75 (November 17, 2012 6:38 pm)

 

November 17, 2012 9:07 pm  #12


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UK today ? No €. Worthless money.

 

November 18, 2012 10:52 am  #13


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how much do frogs cost?


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November 19, 2012 1:52 am  #14


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Paul Prince wrote:

how much do frogs cost?

taste like chicken

 

November 19, 2012 7:34 pm  #15


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Paul Prince wrote:

how much do frogs cost?

http://www.keevilandkeevil.co.uk/specialist-meats/frogs-legs/

25 quid 


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January 5, 2013 3:28 pm  #16


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I don't do the grocery shopping in our house so don't know those prices but if you want to compare gasoline, here in Nova Scotia, Canada today it's $1.295/litre (converts to about 0.983 Euros) for regular grade unleaded. However it you take out all the taxes, it's $0.874 (converts to about 0.663 Euros.) It varies across the country due to regional tax rates and some provinces impose price regulations.

When I was in Israel in February 2011 - it was 7.39 shekels (if I read the sign right) which at today's conversion is about 1.5 Euros. I took a picture to show the people back home who thought our prices were too high! Our prices are good compared to some countries.

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January 5, 2013 7:37 pm  #17


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RodC wrote:

I don't do the grocery shopping in our house so don't know those prices but if you want to compare gasoline, here in Nova Scotia, Canada today it's $1.295/litre (converts to about 0.983 Euros) for regular grade unleaded. However it you take out all the taxes, it's $0.874 (converts to about 0.663 Euros.) It varies across the country due to regional tax rates and some provinces impose price regulations.

When I was in Israel in February 2011 - it was 7.39 shekels (if I read the sign right) which at today's conversion is about 1.5 Euros. I took a picture to show the people back home who thought our prices were too high! Our prices are good compared to some countries.

Well maybe thats why so many people in North America have huge pickup trucks, i say just to show off.When i was living in Canada gas was not really an obstacle, here in europe the prices are bigger which results that most europeans use cars that consume very little even 5l/100km, and most new european cars consume very little even if they have pretty big engines, for example the i know a model from the C- series from Mercedes which consumes even 4l! Im sure if the gas in North America got more expensive more and more people wouldn't have huge gas guzzlers, not saying that everyone has a pickup but i'd say at least 50% or more, especially in the USA..


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January 6, 2013 4:47 pm  #18


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I bet Jeremy has a gas guzzler!! 
Jeremy ????


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January 6, 2013 4:53 pm  #19


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@Mark;
Can't confirm the 4 ltr/100 km. I own a C-Class and it takes 8.7 ltr/100km unlead in average.
May be you are referring to a different one taking Diesel.


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January 6, 2013 6:36 pm  #20


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Jens wrote:

@Mark;
Can't confirm the 4 ltr/100 km. I own a C-Class and it takes 8.7 ltr/100km unlead in average.
May be you are referring to a different one taking Diesel.

My uncle has the latest C-class from 2012, that's how much he says it consumes, of course if you go slowly not pedal to the metal, it depends on the year, of course older models consume more..


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