- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... completely trust GPS! Check it on the map first!
Continuing along, we drove past the Kellerwald-Edersee National Park, which is the only one in Hessen and probably quite nice in summer. Just before 10am we reached Korbach and sat down in McDonalds for a bite to eat before taking the test drive. After a lot of questions and a bit of haggling, Steffie ended up signing a contract and the business as done for the day! We even saw ...
... around Kassel, mainly at the Christmas markets which are centred around the Grimm Brother's fairy tales. Really sweet markets with lots of stalls with wood chips on the ground and open fires to stand by. We were able to find a stall that made to order vegan pizza and one that sold vegan pumpkin soup!!! There was also a massive vegan stall with pestos, cakes, pates etc etc!!!! Each time we go somewhere we're surprised to see more and more vegan options!!!
... explain my reasoning for this furthermore. There is no tuition to go to public universities in Germany. Basically students go almost completely for free. Because of this, people often tend to slack in class attendance/participation and it seems to me that there isn't as high of a motivation to actually learn. Sure, American universities are ridiculously overpriced, however i deem that to be a good thing because (for the most part) since they are investing ...
Just like that my first month in Germany was in the books. Classes had just began, i had become more familiar with Kassel and all the tricks and shortcuts to the student life in Germany. Since it was just the beginning of the semester, naturally i had been to a lot of parties and befriended a lot of people, mainly international students. I had now become used to most of the small cultural differences that ...
... and said if you could shrink the dogs I would like to take them home. On the way back to Aunty Gisis we saw a lot of fields and wondered when the farmers would HARVEST the corn which they grew to feed the animals during the Winter. As it was our last night we went out to dinner at a German restaurant in the village. The restaurant was large and on the ceiling in between each BEAM there were flowers ...