Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Alster: Then and Now?

I decided to come to Germany this  summer when I was visiting last winter. I wanted to take a few weeks of a German refresher course and do some visiting. Then, I quit my job, summer turned into fall, a … Continue reading

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So viel zu Sagen!: Homecoming Hannover

I left Hannover in the middle of the day on Monday, so I had a little bit of time to walk around and to take my old Ubahn into the city. It was sad and strange and happy and a … Continue reading

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So viel zu Sagen!: Wochenende in Hannover

Five years ago, I graduated from the College of William and Mary. I spent a summer hanging out with my cousins, and then I left for Germany to work as an Au Pair. I had decided to become an au … Continue reading

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So viel zu Sagen!: End of Hamburg

“So much to say”—shout out to Dave Matthews! Well, my last days in Hamburg were great! It was amazing to have the chance to take a German class again and to speak so much German! I am already daydreaming about … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life

I reread this morning’s post, and it’s kind of all over the place (and needs more proofreading!), so I decided to make tonight’s post thematic. Today is a day in my life here in Altona, Hamburg, Germany. Before we get … Continue reading

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hin und her gerissen

I know! I disappeared! I have been in Hamburg since late Saturday night after I got on the plane in Kiev. I flew with WizzAir, which is a Czech airline on the low-budget side of life. It’s been awhile since … Continue reading

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Last call!: Kiev

Good morning, Kiev, and thanks Sasha’s mom for packing us a nice breakfast to eat on the train! We actually spent a day and a half in Kiev, but I’m going to combine it into one massive post with just … Continue reading

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