Summer has already arrived here! Atleast last week was amazing, I’m burned!
In Stuttgart there is Frühlingsfest every spring. It is like Octoberfest, but smaller. I think almost every city in Germany have their own Volkfest or Frühlingsfest on springtime. I was there two weeks ago with some german students and excahnges students. Atomsphere there was great and it was alot of fun! Many of the German people were wearing a traditional dress and they looked so cute! I think I will go there once again.. Maybe next week..
Last weekend I was travelling with 5 other exchange students in Düsseldorf, Köln and Heidelberg. We travelled to Düsseldorf on Friday-Saturday night and the trip took about 10 hours! It was because we bought the cheapest possible train ticket and we were not allowed to use any fast trains. But it was anyway nice! First night we stayed in a hotel in Köln and the second night as well in Köln, but in a hostel. The hostel was really nice; nice staff, good location immediately next to the train station, clean, great kitchen and there was everything you could imagine and need! I would recommend it to everyone who is travelling in Köln, it’s called “Pathpoint Cologne”.
Düsseldorf, Köln and Heidelberg were all so beautiful!We didn’t have much time to spend in Heidelberg and it seemed so nice that we decided we will go there some day again, we just need to make a plan when.. We came back home on Monday evening because we didn’t have any classes on Monday. And we wanted to have some free time before the school, which continued on Wednesday.
Monday and Tuesday was days when I really missed back home. Here people don’t celebrate the First of May the same way as people in Finland… Actually right now I guess I also miss a bit Finland. No-one in here is interested to look the ice-hockey world championship, everyone is just watching soccer :S