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Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg January 31st 2009

So...(ENDE: Nadja)...jetzt du conny, leg los: mh...soviel zum Thema BA...ich werd wohl für immer die abi-conny bleiben...aber ma berseck hat schonmal rausgefunden, wie man diese Seite bedient, was mehr zählt als ein Berufsqualifizierender Abschluss... Nur für euch ihr lieben... Wir melden uns zu Wort aus unserem 7 qm -ehemals "begehbarer Schrank": Viel neues gibts nix, jede Woche ne Impfbuden-dosis, jedemenge BA-Spaß, Büro hält sich wacker und bissl "sporteln";) interpretation offen... Das erstmal von uns, denn die ganze Sache steht jetzt quasi: 29.März: Abflug München-- Kapstadt ( Wer mit weißen Taschentüchern am Flughafen stehen will...;) ... read more

Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg December 2nd 2008

Kurz überlegt-aber irgendwie gehörts dazu...Erlangen...zumindest sind wir schonmal in einem Internetcafé...so wird das dann das nächste 3/4 Jahr ja auch aussehen... Und zu berichten gäbe es auch ne Menge-aber wir wollen euch nicht jetzt schon langweilen... Für die´s doch interessiert: Unser Alltag hat sich allerdings schon etwas verändert: anstatt in die Bib gehts jetzt mit Stöckelschühchen und Blüschen in die Cantine bzw. zu Vorgesetzten, dann zum Squash (ja-der Traum vom Six-pack steht noch -obwohl wir neulich erst wieder gehört haben, das sei nur ein Gerücht...;)), danach ne deftige Brotzeit mit mindestens 1 Flasche Wodka oder (Glüh)wein, um die eigentlich noch ausstehende Hausarbeit/Masterbewerbung zu verdrängen und stattdessen bei 1,5 Promille (Tendenz steigend)die Reiseplanung in Angriff zu nehmen-was sich als besonders vorteilhaft erweist, wenn wir zu dem Punkt de... read more
auch bei den Skulpturen...

Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg November 1st 2008

Herzlich Willkommen auf unserer Block-Seite, da wir aus mehreren Quellen wissen, dass es trotz world-wide-web, nicht immer und überall so läuft, haben wir für euch und uns diese Seite eingerichtet, um mit unseren Lieben daheim (oder sonstwo) weiterhin kommunizieren zu können, auch wenn Zeit und Internetverbindung oft warscheinlich nur für eine "Mail" reicht... Freuen uns über alle noch so dummen, herzlichen, provokanten, besorgten, oder einfach netten comments bzw. messages-je nachdem obs für alle "Augen" gedacht is;) ... read more

Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg August 16th 2008

Hello! I'm here in Nuremberg, arrived safely and everything. I'm trying to type on a german keyboard and it's extremely frustrating so I won't say much, just to let everyone know I'm here. Went out and had a streudel for lunch and a bratwurst dinner. Haven't slept in about 34 hours, so hopefully will get around to that soon. Hopefully I'll have more when I can type better!... read more

Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg August 15th 2008

Today was lame. We hopped on a train to Nuremberg and discovered that the automated restaurant was closed and then spent too long on trains and just went to Berlin. Now we're in this lame hostel and we have to sleep in the same room as daddy and some lamo people who aren't even here yet at 11 pm so will probably be super annoying and loud. ... read more
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Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg July 23rd 2008

Hallo zusammen, bin noch in Nürnberg aber bald nicht mehr!! Werde am Fr. Richtung Hamburg losfahren und dann gehts nach einem schönen WE auf der Reperbahn nach Dublin!!!!Bin totla gespannt und kann es kaum mehr erwarten loszukommen!!!! Bis bald ... read more

Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg July 11th 2008

On the last day before we left Frankreich, we were almost smited. To make a long story short, some of the girls were going to mess with our room, we found out and made a boobie trap, and finally they taped a lot of stuff in our room to the walls and sprung our trap, getting water all over the floor. That was it. No big deal, we were just going to clean it up. Well, an unnamed 3rd party character went to our teachers, going, "Umm, I don't know if you know it, but umm, there's something going on in room 105. Umm, I think someone laid a trap, blah blah blah blah." I would like to point out that this tattletale was not even staying in the room that got messed up, and the ... read more
part of the imperial castle
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two headed eagle (symbol for germany)

Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg July 9th 2008

On Wednesday, we went for the day to Dachau and Munich. Dachau was one of the lonliest, most terrible places on earth. I understand how important it is that we learn about the rise of the Nazis and such, but it is sometimes hard to subject yourself to something like that. I've been to the Holocaust museum in DC before, which is much more brutal/graphic, by the way, but it could hardly convey the sadness of actually standing in a place where so many people had died after being turned into figurative work horses. No one talked pretty much the entire time. Some jerkoffs (not with us, obviously) were playing cards there. It's just a place where respect is needed, and that made me mad that someone could be so cold. I really wish we had ... read more
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Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg July 8th 2008

Here are the only two pictures I took from day one and two of the Nuernberg excursion. On July 7th, we took some trains to the youth hostel. Nothing really interesting happened, other than the fact that we were all amazed at the city's beauty. Oh, Conner also fell down some stairs and messed up his back. No big deal, though. It was just a night to relax and chill. The hostel was a very cool part of a castle on top of a huge hill. You could see it from like a mile away because it was so high up. The bad news was that getting up the hill was always tough. There was some jerks there, naturally, and a mean old german lady complained about us to reception, even though it was her kids ... read more
connor's back

Europe » Germany » Bavaria » Nuremberg June 26th 2008

Our last Europe installment took us back to Nurnberg to view the Eurocup quarter finals (Germany vs. Turkey) back with our friends. We spent a great evening watching the game in a pub in a small town near Nurnberg where Joachim's boyfriend, Stephane, went to dental school and lived. Once again the excitement in the air was extreme, since Germany was playing Turkey, and Germany has a high Turkish population, there were high tensions. Whoever won this game would play Spain in the finals on Sunday for the championship. Germany won... and the streets went wild. An impromptu parade broke out in the streets. Cars blowing their horns and German flags being waved everywhere. It was a blast. After the show its the after party... On Saturday, we took off to Wortzberg in search of a ... read more
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