Wednesday, September 24, 2008
AFSer Katie: My German Town
The place that I call home is a tiny town filled with red roofed houses and odd one way streets that aren't actually one way. I live very close to a big city, though, reachable by public transport (about forty minutes away, 20 driving).
Each morning, I go with my host-sister Doerte to the Gymnasium. from there, I ride the strassbahn into the city. I walk through cobbled streets of a city that has yet to wake up: workers in paper booties reset store mannequins and men in orange suits sweep the streets. It is cold and the sky is gray. Read more.
AFS offers year and semester programs to Germany.