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... I think I was definitely spoiled by all the great food in Germany.
Simon and his family were actually heading towards where I needed to go the next day for my flight, so they were nice enough to drop me off at the airport. I couldn't have asked for a better stay in Germany, it was such a fantastic time, I learned so much, and had such a perfect stay!
I had three more days to go before my flight back to the U.S., and I finished off where it all started, Madrid, Spain.
... I cleared customs and were on our way to the S train/subway to get to Frankfurt City. The streets were deserted as it was early morning. There were broken bottles, garbage and fireworks everywhere! Looks like they had an epic party here last night. Nothing was open so we headed to the Frankfurt Cathedral first and then Romer itself. It got chillier as we made it further toward the river but continued on anyway. ...
... were really hard to recognize, being German words and all! So get this: Patrick gets off the train with me and walks me to the underground to make sure I get on the right one! I thought that was so sweet :) He then headed back to catch his train and I found my way on the underground to within walking distance to the hostel. A little lost, I asked someone for directions as my gps wasn't working well (batteries were dying), but they ...
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 ...