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Updating list Reviewed January 9, via mobile. Google Translation. Date of visit: January Reviewed October 5, Date of visit: September Nearby Hotels See all nearby hotels.
Nearby Restaurants See all 23 nearby restaurants. Nearby Attractions See all 7 nearby attractions. Put bluntly: Germans are happy to call a spade a spade and a toilet a bog.
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Quite to the contrary. Principally, there is simply nothing Germans fear more than unhygienic lavatories. That is why there is nothing a German likes better than a fully-tiled bathroom and toilet with good ventilation, insulation, and heating. When Germans come to the UK to find draughty sash windows behind the loo and water-stained carpets curling away from the bath, they are genuinely shocked.
Speaking of the French: while we British may chuckle at their national love of suppositories and avoid pharmacies like the plague while holidaying there , Germans share their interest in the role of the posterior in overall physical health. Not doing so is widely considered a sign of extreme discourteousness, and one which German directness does not shy away from commenting on: many is the toilet which has a plaque exhorting guests to Bitte im Sitzen pinkeln!
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