Wyndham Garden Kassel
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... around the old town. The weather wasn't great so I left my camera in the car. The town is quite small, but still has plenty of old timber framed houses and old churches with crooked spires. I sometimes wonder how all of these old houses are still standing because sometimes they are really off centre or buckled. In Australia you would just pull it down and build a new one, but here the Germans have rules and regulations.
We've been having so much of a good time enjoying being back in Germany that it is hard to find time to write any blogs. I'll at least post some photos of some of the fun we've been having!!
Kassel was the next stop on this trip. We checked into our hotel which is fantastic - a really nice cosy room and even has sweet little Christmas touches like a potted poinsettia and Christmas sweets on the pillows. After dumping our bags we headed back to the train station for an ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...