France and Germany and the USA? .
Are actually going to work to our advantage? I'm talking now as a consumer. It could be. I also think that erm it's up to erm us - I mean if you think of us as a whole travel industry - to really take a look at what we are providing and compare it with what is provided in other countries; the standards of service, how long do you have to wait for a meal when you're sitting down to eat in a restaurant, what are people used to in France and Germany and the USA? I mean I know from my own personal experience that if you come fly from New York to London and you eat a meal in a restaurant or in a hotel in New York and then the next day you eat one in London, you do find that the services is much slower, for example. It is a sort of it seems like almost a national characteristic, and after a while you get used to it again, but it is that is something which really does
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