Peter.heard being abroad is a blast
drink as much as you can, and traveling around europe once youre already in europe is cheap and easy, so check out italy/london/spain etc.
dodgeThe thing about this is that when you try and travel you'll be paying for accomodation back on campus at the same time so you might not be willing to do so. You might need more money than expected.
P.s planes (and buses) are still cheap af, your trip will be buck wild
Dustin.-The beers are generally all the same, American and Belgian beers are better honestly. You'll be bored of your 3-4 beer options (with different labels) in a few weeks. German beer industry is starting to lose out to US/Belgian sales due to their lack of interest in new types of beers and their laws.
TOAST.I'm in Dusseldorf now for a month for work or whenever I finish learning what I need to which at this point will be in a year because the people are so damn unorganized at the place.
Bus is definitely the cheapest way to travel if you can find coach buses to different cities. Airbnb will probably have the cheapest places to stay for a night.
Learn some German, enough to communicate at restaurants and get around. My boss told me to not worry about learning German since a lot of people in the company speak it. Now I really wish I would have taken the time to learn some even though a large portion can speak English especially young people. I feel like a huge dick relying on people to speak English to me all the time.
So far I've been to Koln, Dusseldorf, and Amsterdam. Amsterdam was pretty cool. I don't smoke weed and it was still a cool city to check out. Koln and Dusseldorf seem pretty similar. No reason for you to visit Dusseldorf.
germany sucks, its like just america, filled with assholes who think they are better than everyone else execpt their country fucking blows
go someplace cool and authentic (unelss you speak german) like italy, spain, france anywhere in eastern europe, scandanivavia
dodgePost lost credibility when you said Germans are more snobby than the French