There are about 13,000kms of autobahn and most of it are unlimited speed limits. However, two things. Firstly, there are some stretches with limits for safety, local or environmental needs and secondly, it is hard to attain really high speeds in most cases, due to other traffic, especially lorries and on/off ramps and service Reas, construction etc. you'll find more about them at this link - http://www.gettingaroundgermany.info/autobahn.shtml - enjoy and be safe! over 6 years ago
How much money should I allot for transportation on the tube for my 4 day trip to London if I plan to use it a great deal.
Firstly you must buy an Oyster Card (pay as you go) rather than day tickets or travelcard and it will work out cheaper (depending upon the zones you wish to travel) and you can also use them on the tube, buses and water. Secondly, for each trip, before you use the tube, understand (or try) the locations of the tube stations on a map rather than tube map, as some are only a few hundred metres/yards apart and it's quicker to walk. All this will save money as most of central London is all walk able and each trip depends on the zone you are traveling or between. All this means it's hard to estimate but you can also do much planning through the TfL website at www.tfl.gov.uk. Hope this helps, but happy to provide further information - as rough estimate allow £10 a day (to answer your original question) over 6 years ago
I need advice for buying some (almost) professional camera. Was thinking about Nikon. What else do I need of equipment?
If you are after a decent camera to last, and a Nikon, then the D5100 would be a mid-price camera for you. If you can afford it the D7000 is almost professional quality and offers better video capture. If you want to consider alternatives, then look at the Canon 550d or if you can afford it the D7. Hope this helps, happy snapping! over 6 years ago
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