BEST WESTERN PLUS Hotel Steinsgarten
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I came to Gießen as a CCP (cross culture participant) selected by ifa (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen) from Pakistan. I am an Environmetalist by and here my stay will be of three months in Professorship of Organic Agriculture, Centre for International Development and Environmental Research, Justus Liebig University, Giessen.
When i reached here from frankfurt via train, i was really excited to come to the developed world and experience different things. Gradually ...
Once I arrived in Usingen I was (as always) warmly greeted by our family friends the Dertingers, their very over-excited labrador Aragon and their incredibly chilled-out tortoise Phillip. While I unpacked my bags upstairs in my room, Harry walked the dog and Karin prepared a wonderful german breakfast. Here in Germany there seems to be a lot more care put into breakfast. Everyone helps to set the table and one person goes down to the bakery to buy Brötchen, which ...
Today we caught the train from Frankfurt to Friedberg to pick up the van. It was late being available and we got out of the hire company's yard at about 6 pm. We then drove to Laubach about 40 km NE for our first night in the van. The friendly manager met us on arrival, and sorted things out for us, even ringing the local pub to stay open so we could get a meal.
"Today ve shall drive from de Nederland to Deutschland. Zis will go wery well as ve can experience ze legendary German efficiency. Ze Autobahns vill be perfect Tarmac und zere vill be no problems in using de Satellite Navigation. Vot can possibly go wrong?!" All was going fine as we left Holland. We drove past Rotterdam ("or anywhere") and into Germany, with only a simple sign and a bank of cameras to mark ...
... here, with amazing food and great company. It was also very cool to get to know their family of six kids. Some really awesome kids who were fun to get to know. I feel like this family is an inspiration to me, and I feel blessed to have been a part of their lives, and to see what they are doing. They also have a home where why are housing refugees from Seria. Their generosity in so many ways is amazing to me, and is something that I want to integrate into my life! So, next stop... ...