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My first 2 weeks in Germany have been pretty exciting thus far. I had begun to befriend a few people and have been getting to know the city of Kassel a bit better. Nonetheless, what was expecting me this next weekend, i surely knew would be special. Since long ago i had planned to make a trip to Munich for Oktoberfest with a few of my Nicaraguan friends that also live in the states and that coincidentally enough are also studying abroad in different places in Europe this ...
Day 1 - we were up at 630 getting ready and having breaky to meet meilz out the front of the ochenbraterie tent at 8. There were huge lines for most tents but this one wasn't to bad as we were able to sit at a table with Amelia's friends. Having to wait until 12 for the first keg to be tapped by the mayor meant ...
... war, donations from around the world have flowed into the city and rebuilt the walls with feature commemorative bricks with donor names.
Once off the coach, Jackie and I immediately walked around the ramparts of the wall and were very impressed with its conditions. Adding to the interest was the ability to view the local’s houses, businesses and public buildings. Obviously this is a very rich area and many photos were taken.
This took about ...
... little camp in a village called Irrel. It looks like a go ahead place with big new shopping centre, and agricultural and machinery shops amongst the lovely old quaint coloured cut stone houses which encroach onto the footpaths out front. Celine messages us with some interesting places to go, one being Trier, in Germany. We find that we're not far from there so we take her advice and find a camp near the town. We biked into Trier, over a very old bridge ...
... take a shot of vodka. Goes down a treat! So finally we got back into the tent and it was really rocking! I was keen to enjoy my last couple of hours in the tents so we got stuck into it and danced like no one’s business and had an absolute ball. The music played ranged from modern disco songs to the traditional song “Ein Prosit” which is a cheersing song. It’s played almost every twenty minutes to help people to keep getting ...