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Today I bus to Frankfurt. I've been there before a long time ago when I worked for Penguins doing the book fair. I'd seen a little of the city then but it has grown in stature since and is more of a financial hub. It laden with foreigners it's not unlikeable though and has a lively atmosphere. Like Berlin there are some amazing smells around the city but also like ...
... Some are youth hostels and hotels. One that is a hostel uses the mote as a pool!! That would be cool to see. A few of the castles are one after another so they could work together to rule that part of the river. Much money was made from the taxes paid by the ships to traverse the Rhine. The middle Rhine is also known for their wine. The vines grow perpendicular so they can hook themselves into the hillside at the top of each row and pick ...
... the main tower that friends of mine had taken pictures of on previous trips. This particular statue had serious buns of steel that I wanted to take a picture with as well..hehe.. In addition, while we were in Frankfurt we went to a Mexican restaurant where I had the best burrito I have ever experienced. Here I also had an amazing Margarita with real strawberries!! However, I am sure I need to go to Mexico to experience the real thing :)
Froeliche Ostern!!! (Happy Easter)
What a unique week it has been. In turn, what a crazy couple of months I have ahead of me. The past week consisted of bbq's, concerts from the school's band (extra curricular of course) , my first final exam of the semester (accounting...yuck!), turning in my case study (being group leader of a team consisting of French students is harder than it sounds), amazing hikes in the vineyards and ...
"'Sammeln. ' Was ist das auf Englisch?"- Professor
“Um, uh, hmmmm”- various responses from the class
“You do it with stamps”- Professor
“OHHHH it means lick!!!”- me
With a very puzzled disturbed look professor corrects me, “Nein. It’s the verb meaning to collect”
And the whole class laughs….
That’s one of the best parts about ...