Wyndham Garden Kassel
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It was clear and bright again and the lake was like a mirror. We went for a walk down to the village, where the catamaran picks up people for the trip around the lake. We walked part of the way across the bridge and took a photo of our MH across the lake.
We then started on the next part of our journey. This took us through some quite ...
... café at the bottom of the cascades was already open, but there were only a few crazy winter joggers around. The view back up to the top was amazing, but we had much more to discover. You can sort of imagine what it must be like in the summertime, when the water is cascading all the way down, but in winter it was also cool.
Not far away were some waterfalls, which look awesome ...
... to Hannover to catch the Vegan Christmas Markets (for the 2nd time running!!). Last year we were disappointed by them, this year they were much improved! Lots more Christmasy touches, little fires to sit around and benches to eat on. There were more stalls too, with lots of great choices!! After eating - a lot - we went to the Ernst August brewery to watch the football. Werder lost :(
So it was a long day, and was good to get back to our hotel. The next day we ...
... in their education then it kind of forces students to make the best out of their academic learning experience. Also, the credit system here in Germany is incredibly confusing. Here in Germany you get certain credits for assignments, participation and for taking a final and you add that all up and thats how many credits you get for the class. Pretty confusing. In contrast, in the states every class has a certain amount of credits (normally its 3 ...
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 ...