My wife once described her college apartment in Germany at Philipps-Universität Marburg in the following manner:
THE WIFE: “It’s in a medieval building and the showers are communal; you have to use tokens and you only get 10 minutes of hot water. The ceilings are too low for you. There are only 2 rooms. I live in a Hobbit House!”
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Got to love rain when camping. My husband and I camped out when we went white water rafting after we got married. It started lightening when we got the tent out. By the time it was set up there was a full thunderstorm. Woke up in the morning almost as wet as I imagine we’d have been if we just slept outside lol.
Hi, I ran across your website after searching for differences between American and German weddings. I myself come from Texas, living in Germany with my fiance. bla bla bla I started reading though your blog and ran across this specific one… I too went to Philipps Universitaet Marburg :D I always thought it was such a small town, but lo and behold, other people have gone there as well!
I look forward to reading the rest of your blog! Good to know there are others who hate all the German grammar!
Liebe Gruesse aus Stuttgart!
Oh nice! We’re so glad you found us!
And yes, I loved Marburg. I think my wife is sick of it though. :)
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