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Travel Blogs from Basel
... was AMAZING. I can't even begin to describe everything- it was so magical and great. More pictures of that to come. For now, I gotta study for my German grammar test that is tomorrow. And I gotta learn German because T diddy insists that I will return to the states speaking German, so we only speak German in my suite. I WILL BE GOOD AT IT.
... especially to German standards, so I decided (/was forced) to walk all the way to the city a solid 30 mins. On the way I saw that someone got hit by the tram!!! Ambulances and Polizei everywhere! I don't think they died, but just got badly badly burned. I mean hurt. (sorry, movie quotes). Getting hit by a tram would suck, even more than by a bike! But I also don't understand how you can- they don't move very fast ...
... it by a split second. After Vlad gave them a couple of tie tacks, and Ivan said he would shout them a beer, the whole feel of the situation changed and they were much more friendly!! It didn't hurt that the hotel where we were staying was 5 metres away. They let us on our way with a smile on their faces, but let Vlad know there was a camera on the bridge and a fine would be coming Vlad's way. Look like Vlad won't be going back to ...
The following is a list of things I have done so far to correctly play my role as an Amerikan studying in Deutschland.
- Ordered pizza, online via Pizza.de (the grubhub of pizza in Germany)
- Successfully carried out my first international trade of MaryJane
- Went up to a "Gymnasium" looking for membership details- in Deutschland, Gymnasium means Highschool.
- Spent 10 minutes trying to figure out if I was holding laundry detergent or fabric ...
I have discovered there is no such a thing as a self-service coin-operated laundromat in central Basel. A service I equate to dimly-lit fluoscent vinyl floors and other people's naval lint. Something rather unsettling and queasy, rather like shared bathrooms in hostels with wet conglomerlations of body hair. Some things that really should be kept personal and private. I am normally not into that degree of sharing. And yet I find myself in that ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed