Wyndham Garden Kassel
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... as the rain really started. Later on a woman from a house nearby came and collected 6e for our overnight stay.
We were both glad to get an early night as we were both still suffering with heavy colds and hacking coughs.
We were both awake in the night and heard a lone plane droning overhead - and wondered if it was .......Richard Todd?!!
... we got a pretty good view out over the whole area from the base of the Herkules statue. The park itself is huge and the largest in Europe. You can see a clear line starting at the statue running all the way down to the Schloss and beyond into the city. Unfortunately the building was covered in scaffolding and the steps were too icy to climb down, so we ended up sliding down the powder snow covered hillside and walking through the forest ...
... 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!!!
... 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 ...