Hotel l'Abbaye d'Alspach
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... back out, with all intentions to go into the city. However, we had a little detour through the Susi, where the 20 year anniversary celebration was going on. It was a huge party in the middle of the houses and was amazing! Live music, delicious home-made food for a donation of 1-3 €, and a lady performer who climbed ropes acrobatically ...
... off his Swiss-learned bar tender skills and lit up a flaming shot right on our table and it was beautiful. I plan on becoming friends with them so I can visit Buenos Aires!! My dream! 2 beers, 4 plates of potato chips (real Kartoffels), and many a laughs later we caught the last tram home and thought we were going to sleep.... until we followed the cool kids we wanted to be friends with into the Susi. Which ...
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 ...
... br> My second visit to the KTS was even better: Luisa organized a punk rock concert there on Montaug am 21:00 Uhr (on Monday at 9pm), so I got to see it in full throttle punk mode. While I was standing there and looking around at the interior of the building- which I didn't get to see much of my first time there- I found many clues that hinted I was in the very heart of a counter culture cult: German flags with the ...
... to walking. Forget biking- these Freiburgers must be born to bike because no matter how hard and fast I pedal, I just can't keep up with this pace. I'm passed everyday on my ride to school by Mütter lugging baby seats and old men wearing pro-bike gear. Even people dressed so casually, wind in hair, it looks like they don't even try. So I guess by the time I come home I'll be a PRO at walking slow, and ridin fast.
I have ...
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