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... and listen to a debate on the current situation in Syria. Although, I was not particularly super interested in either of the topics, it was definitely a memorable experience.
Instead of going away this weekend, some friends and I decided to stay in Freiburg and attend the SC Freiburg Soccer Game. The weather was rather ****** all weekend, but it turned out to be quite the weekend...
Friday, Isa and I were invited by ...
... that on the website! Adam said it reminded him of that movie, where the Griswolds drove cross-country to go to Wally World, only to find that it was closed! We then drove through the town, back through Freiburg, back through the mountains that made me think of Lord of the Rings (so many things on this trip make me think of that and Merlin), and finally, home. The girls were good sports, though...not fussy at all on the trip. We're staying put ...
... The "techno" music turned out to be a weird mix of electric swing-dance music that a bunch of Germans uncoordinatedly danced and bobbed their heads to while me and Isa stood in a circle uncomfortable and awkward.. Needless to say, we didn't stay there very long there.
On Saturday, some friends and I decided to go on a little day trip to Colmar, France, a little town about an hour away from Freiburg. It still blows my mind that I hoped on a bus, ...
... with a few people turned into over 20 people in my tiny bedroom with only 2 chairs... Needless to say that was quite an interesting night.
Because Freiburg is so close to the border of France and Switzerland, on Saturday I had the option to take a day trip over the border. After a long night out, I decided to sleep in for the first time since I've been here and do a bit more of exploring the city. In needing to work off the immense amount of bratwurst ...
In my attempt to juggle the triangle of socializing, schoolwork, and sleeping I have been too busy to even sit down and think about writing anything about my last few days here. Now in the third day of the intensive seminar/language orientation phase, I now really understand why they call it "intensive." The past 3 days have consisted of 3 hours of a political science seminar learning about the history of the EU and 2 hours of German class... ...
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