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Americans who visited Europe, what was your biggest WTF moment?

美国人回答:去欧洲玩最坑爹的经历?

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groovychick
Going to a soccer game in Italy. When buying a ticket, they needed to know which team I was rooting for to determine where I could sit. Then, during the game, people were setting things on fire.

去意大利看足球赛。买票的时候他们需要知道我支持的是哪个队,以便确定我能坐在哪里。然后,在比赛期间人们正在放火烧东西。

xexm
I'm British and currently living in america, this guy was telling me about a big college football rivalry game and how where the two sets of fans meet, things can be a bit crazy. It turns out he meant that the chants they shout might slip in a cheeky swear word or something, because when I asked him if there's a fence between the fans he looked at me like I was crazy, and I had to explain that most games in Europe require fencing or lines of police to stop fans going at it and there's even charities set up because people stab fans from other teams and have even murdered them in the past.

我是英国人,现在住在美国,有人告诉我最近有一场大型的大学生足球对抗赛,两个队的球迷会碰面,事情可能会有点疯狂。结果他说的“疯狂”是,球迷们的呐喊声中有时会夹杂着几句脏话什么的。因为当我问他在两队球迷之间有没有护栏的时候,他看我的眼神好像我疯了一样。我不得不解释说,在欧洲大多数球赛需要围护栏或者警戒线来防止球迷打斗。甚至还有专门为此设立的慈善机构,因为在过去人们可能刺伤其他球队的球迷,甚至杀了他们。

IAmA_Mr_BS
When I visited Prague and water cost two crowns and beer cost one.

我去布拉格玩的时候,一杯啤酒才1克朗,一杯水却要2克朗。

注释:
Prague 布拉格,捷克共和国的首都和最大的城市。
Crown 捷克克朗,捷克货币的单位,面值由1哈莱士到5000克朗不等。

western_style_hj
Feeling proud of myself for eating late, like a local, at 21:00 in Lisbon only to walk in to a empty restaurant. By the time I’d finished eating at 22:00 the place was full.

我为自己吃得晚感到自豪,像当地人一样,我在里斯本(葡萄牙首都),晚上9点的时候走进一家餐馆还是空荡荡的。晚上10点我吃完东西的时候,餐馆才坐满了人。

argl
Here in Germany it's more like 18-20.00, a normal, not Bar- or Snack/FastFood-like Restaurant will likely close at 22-23.00 and close the Kitchen about an hour or so earlier.

在德国这边,晚餐差不多在晚上6点到8点。一般的餐馆,不是酒吧或者小吃快餐这类的餐厅,可能会在晚上10点11点打烊,厨房会提前一个小时关闭的。

votedh
My American friends who visited The Netherlands: Completely surprised by our bicycle 'things':
a) so many bicycles -everywhere-
b) everybody riding without a helmet
c) so many different bicycles

几个美国朋友来荷兰找我玩,他们对我们的自行车生活感到非常惊讶:
1. 这么多的自行车,到处都是
2. 每个人骑自行车都不戴头盔
3. 各种各样的自行车

Hrekires
every meal in Paris taking 3 hours.
I loved the culture and I'm all about eating a relaxing meal, but sometimes it was just like "wtf" when we were on a schedule and had to meet up with a tour group or had reservations for something.

在巴黎吃顿饭要3个小时!
我喜欢这种文化,我也喜欢吃饭的时候很放松,但是有时候这种文化太坑了。特别是有时候我们吃完还要赶时间去接待一个旅游团,或者要预定餐厅位子。

nealius
Beer tap in the uni cafeteria.

大学食堂里竟然有啤酒龙头。

mal4ik777
drinking one beer with your lunch from time to time is not considered special at all in germany. Drinking >2 beers every day for lunch makes you an alcoholic.

在德国,午餐偶尔喝一杯啤酒是很正常的。超过两杯才不行。

bick803
I lived in Germany for 8 years from 1992-2000 (Ages 4-12). I didn't realize it until I moved back to the states but there were recycling bins on EVERY street corner. It wasn't just a green bin then a trash can, it was a giant blue bin. One section for green glass, one for brown glass, one for clear glass, one for plastic, and one for paper.
Oh and going to a German school, students took public transit. There wasn't such a thing as a school bus.

从1992年到2000年我在德国住了8年。直到我13岁搬回美国之后,我才意识到每一个街角都有垃圾箱。不是一个绿桶,而是一个巨大的蓝桶,里面一格放绿色玻璃,一格放棕色玻璃,一格放透明玻璃,一格放塑料,一格放纸。
哦对了,在德国学生上学是坐公共交通工具去的,没有校车之类的东西。

K2Nomad
Scotland has midges, which are 1000x worse than mosquitoes.

苏格兰有一种叫蠓的吸血小昆虫,比蚊子厉害1000倍。

Blackhouse05
1) I went to the Netherlands for a music festival over the summer last year. The night before I went to a show and met a Scottish guy who came over and said, “you look American”. I replied yes and he immediately started talking about American politics and the military. It was weird how he assumed I was completely knowledgeable about all upper level government doings.

去年夏天我去荷兰参加一个音乐节。在音乐节的前一天晚上,我遇到了一个苏格兰人,他走过来对我说:“你看起来像美国人。”。我回答说是的,他立即开始谈论美国的政治和军事。奇怪的是,他怎么就认定我对所有上层政府的所作所为都很了解呢。

2) The fact that there’s no AC. I didn’t realized it wasn’t standard and was melting in my hotel room.

没有空调。我之前都不知道没空调在那儿是很正常的。我在酒店房间热得都快熔化了。

3) How uncommon asking for ice is. I’ve never gotten stranger looks when I would ask for a drink with some ice. One person at the festival had to confirm she understood me lol.

加冰是有多不正常啊。我绝对不会忘记当我要一杯加冰的饮料时其他人的表情。在音乐节上有个人还问我她是不是误会我了。笑哭

drakeprimeone
Paying to use a public restroom. I get why though. Just a horrible feeling if you really had to go and you don't have any change.

上公共厕所要交钱。虽然我知道为什么,但如果你真的很急又刚好没零钱的话,那就太可怕了。

cptspoofy
Every night in Spain, around 3 a.m. this MASSIVE fleet of street scrubbers, vacuum-mobiles, and water hoses appeared and cleaned the entire city for about an hour. It was like ~100 people every night just cleaning the city. The following morning, all of Salamanca was spotless. That shit was magical.

在西班牙,每天晚上,凌晨3点左右,差不多有100个环卫工人跟个庞大的舰队一样出现在街头,对整个城市开始大约一个小时的清洗。第二天早上,整个萨拉曼卡一尘不染。

注释:Salamanca萨拉曼卡,西班牙西部城市。

LargePepperoniPizza
"This is the best bratwurst I've ever had.
And this is an airport!"

我吃过的最好吃的德国香肠,竟然是在机场吃的!

dihedral3
I was in italy and wanted to grab a bite and a beer for some lunch. I left the flat and I was flabbergasted to find the entire town was empty. Everything was closed, not even the neighborhood dogs were around!

我之前在意大利,午饭时想去吃点东西,喝点啤酒。当我离开公寓的时候,我惊呆了,整个城市是空的。所有店都关了,附近连条狗都没看到!

PullTheOtherOne
In Italy there is virtually no threshold for how much distance should be left between a speeding car and any obstacles (including pedestrians) it is zooming past.
A bus driver will rush down a narrow cobblestone street with about a centimeter to spare between the sides of the bus and any parked cars, walls, ancient monuments, or playing children.

在意大利,一辆行驶的汽车在飞驰而过的时候和任何障碍物(包括行人)之间的距离几乎没有任何限制。
一个公交车司机会沿着一条鹅卵石街道冲下去,不管公交车两边与那条路上停放的汽车、墙壁、古代纪念碑或玩耍的孩子之间的距离是不是只有大约一厘米。

soapyeggs
At a pedestrian crossing in Italy if you approach cautiously and hesitate waiting for cars to slow down for you, you'll get nowhere, you have to just walk out there like you own it and then they stop, the scooters just drive around you. The locals know this and barely even look before crossing but it's scary as shit for tourists.

在穿过意大利的人行横道时,如果你小心翼翼、犹犹豫豫地等着汽车为你减速,那你将哪儿也去不了。你必须理所当然地走过去,然后开车的人才会停下来,摩托车就会从你旁边开过去。当地人知道这一点,他们在过马路之前甚至都不看的,但对于游客来说,这很吓人。

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