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01-11-2009, 09:20   #1
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Who's in Germany or planning to come over?

Hey gang

just thought I'd throw this thread up to see where everyone is in Germany.

I'll get the ball rolling.


eurotrotter: Dusseldorf, Germany
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01-11-2009, 15:00   #2
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Sorry not in Germany but I have family outside Dusseldorf, cool place.

I'm in Graz, Austria myself.

Warum bist du in Deutschland? arbeit oder?
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Sorry not in Germany but I have family outside Dusseldorf, cool place.

I'm in Graz, Austria myself.

Warum bist du in Deutschland? arbeit oder?
moved over in June, for the summer, ended up staying here since, no reason to go back since there's no work.

picking up the language and working away

u have family here, they living here fulltime ya?

hope your enjoying austria
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I'm in Cologne. I lived here for four months in 2006 before moving home. Spent last year in Koblenz and now I'm back in Cologne.
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I lived in Dortmund hence the username
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Going through Dusseldorf this weekend on way to the mighty metropolis beautiful city of Wuppertal.
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Wow your all in NRW, how random.
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Lived in Heidelberg for a year but came back to study.

Would move back in a second
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I'm moving to Nuremberg in January.

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Cool!

What's in Nuremberg for you? job/relationship/family?
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I'll be based in the university for a few months and will be doing some research in some of the nearby towns and cities... What about you?
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Auslander:- Based in Tirol Austria
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Hey All!
I have been in Mainz in Rheinland-Pfalz since the middle of September and loving it! I am working at a Realschule as an English Language Assistant and its going great! Te people here are so friendly and also lots of parties on around the Uni campus! If anyone is around don't be afraid to say hello!

Ciao,
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Any advice with regard to renting an apartment or flat (i.e. moving in with others)? What do people pay on average per month, do most places have broadband and are they fully furnished? Also, how easy is it to open up things like bank accounts and such?
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Any advice with regard to renting an apartment or flat (i.e. moving in with others)? What do people pay on average per month, do most places have broadband and are they fully furnished? Also, how easy is it to open up things like bank accounts and such?
Fully furnished appartments are the exception rather than the rule, so is house sharing.

Most rental properties are bare (you might get a kitchen, if you're lucky), also you might have to rent rather longer term than would suit you.

Get in touch with the Universitiy and find out if they can point you in the direction of some cheap student accomodation ...then use that as a springboard once you know the lay of the land.
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