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Ordnung muss sein? Nie! cz. 1

Niemcy – rządzą Europą, przygarniają uchodźców, są do granic liberalni. Jedzą dużo i tłusto, piją piwo przez cały dzień, tamtejsze kobiety są najbrzydsze na świecie, a mężczyźni grubi. Nie okazują uczuć, nie lubią obcych, wybitnie nie trawią ludzi, którzy nie mówią dobrze po niemiecku. Mają genialne drogi, nowoczesną architekturę, wszystkim żyje się wspaniale. Pół roku życia w niemieckim mieście pozwoliło mi zrewidować niektóre z tych stereotypów.

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Hello, Hannover. Hello, world.

Two weeks in Hannover have passed, including one week of classes and new people. How am I doing so far? I guess I’m all right.

First things first (I’m the realest) – I have a great place to stay. My wonderful boyfriend rented out his own flat to me while he stays in the Netherlands. So for the first time in my life, if we count out London stay, I’m living on my own. A bedroom, a bathroom and a living room with kitchen and balcony is all I need. Or even more, as I don’t use balcony that much.

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The city has many buildings like these and they remind me of 19th century cities.

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Bye, Poland

So, it’s happened. Or rather it’s happening right now. I’m moving out to another country. More precisely – to Hannover, Germany.

As you may know, I was accepted for an Erasmus+ students’ exchange and starting 15th February I’m going to be a student of Hochschule Hannover. I am really happy and really scared at the same time. On one hand I really wanted to change my surroundings, on the other – most of my classes are in German and my German got really, I mean REALLY rusty. Hence I take part in an intensive German course at B1 level before classes starts. I hope it’ll be enough.

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Hannover 2015 part 2

My second trip to Hannover took place in June – exactly between 25.06 – 4.07. I went there to see my boyfriend and to get to know Hannover better before my Erasmus exchange. To Germany I went by train, sadly the one from Warsaw to Berlin had cost the same as the one from Berlin to Hannover, but I have to get used to higher prices. This note will be about places to visit while in Hannover. There will be also third part – about similarities and differences between Poles and Germans.

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Hannover 2015 part 1 – students’ exchange

As every year in my Institute, in April the polish-german students’ exchange took place. This year not only Germans came to Warsaw, but also we went to Hannover. About last year’s exchange you can read here (in polish).

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