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September 11, 2012



Food. Definitely food. LOL. Can definitely relate to "grocery store roulette," that's for sure!

Elle sees

I've visited Germany about 7 years ago for Christmas, and I felt it was really like the 1980s. maybe it was just this places I visited. the Germans are so efficient and how they do things. thank you for your sweet comment yesterday.

The Incubator

Thanks, Angel -- get me ready with all the handy tips before I get there:) You know how I love to drive!!!

A Super Girl

Yay! I can't wait for these.


I'm excited for this series! My husband is in the reserves, but is a full time civilian for the department of defense. He was offered a job at a base in Germany, but ended up turning it down because at this time it would have been a logistical nightmare! I can't wait to read about what it's like living there, though. :)


I'm really curious about the food, as well. Is the produce a whole lot different (like the fruits and veggies that they carry)? And what about prices? Is it really all meat and brats and beer over there? I'm personally so excited to go there and see if I can find some vegan restaurants! So definitely do a "trip to the grocery" store one. That'd be neato burrito!


Ditto, I am very interested to hear what you have to say about the cultural differences! Also, where are you located? (email me!) My girlfriend is German, and she's headed home for about two months pretty soon, here. If you guys are anywhere near each other, I think you should meet up, she's wonderful, and might be able to give you some insider POVs!


I want to hear about the stuff you mentioned, especially dining and shopping.

The autobahn just scares me.


When I was 20 and living in Germany for a few months, I didn't appreciate it as much as I should have. I wanted it to be like America and really resisted the way life was different over there. Yes, something are a bit archaic, or were then, but I didn't get to appreciate it as much as I do now. That's why I'm traveling so much, to relive parts of those experiences and get to savor it more now than I did then.


Ooo, ooo, ooo! I can't wait for this series! This sounds like so much fun. Totally looking forward to living vicariously through you.

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