Goebel's Hotel Rodenberg
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... around the old town. The weather wasn't great so I left my camera in the car. The town is quite small, but still has plenty of old timber framed houses and old churches with crooked spires. I sometimes wonder how all of these old houses are still standing because sometimes they are really off centre or buckled. In Australia you would just pull it down and build a new one, but here the Germans have rules and regulations.
... to Hannover to catch the Vegan Christmas Markets (for the 2nd time running!!). Last year we were disappointed by them, this year they were much improved! Lots more Christmasy touches, little fires to sit around and benches to eat on. There were more stalls too, with lots of great choices!! After eating - a lot - we went to the Ernst August brewery to watch the football. Werder lost :(
So it was a long day, and was good to get back to our hotel. The next day we ...
... mingling. This is then followed by going to a pub or most commonly a club. Obviously, the point is to get a buzz by the time we head to the club. That way the drinking expenditures can be slightly reduced. Being an international exchange student it is most common to hang out with other international students aka 'the Erasmus students'. It is very easy to make friends with the Erasmus students since everyone is mostly new here and willing to make ...
Just like that my first month in Germany was in the books. Classes had just began, i had become more familiar with Kassel and all the tricks and shortcuts to the student life in Germany. Since it was just the beginning of the semester, naturally i had been to a lot of parties and befriended a lot of people, mainly international students. I had now become used to most of the small cultural differences that ...
... a chronic diarrhea or food poisoning. She didn't quite have dinner at the restaurant in the city plaza. She was spending time at the toilet and before we returned to the bus she threw up and was then recovered.
Dinner at that restaurant was egg like soup, salad (mom ate that and later threw up the whole thing), baked chicken and sausages and noodles plus dessert. One tour mate gave mom some crackers and another lady gave her pills.