Ich war auch schon in Köln aufm Karneval, aber ich kann jetzt nicht unbedingt sagen, dass ich unendlich begeistert war. Ich bin auch nur mit Freunden für n Tag mit dem Zug eben dahin, hab mir den Umzug angeguckt, wir haben uns da irgendwo hingehockt und n bisschen Bier getrunken.
Aber insgesamt hätten wir glaube ich genauso gut irgendwo anders was trinken gehen können, der Effekt wäre gleich gewesen.
in der letzte monat war ich in Köln.... schönne stadt, aber ich kenne nicht der Kölner Karneval.... ich kenne nur Kölsch! ahahah
Well I used to learn German in college, when I was about 14, but now I'm 19 and barely remember any of it, so just don't know where to start really, but next year hopefully going to University to study Sports Journalism, and then after that when I am about 23, I would love to move to Germany to specialise in the Bundesliga. But I would love to visit all the major cities, and then like places like Rostock etc, unless you let me know of any places that wouldn't really welcome the English
Hey Pinder2807! German is a very difficult language. So, if we could help, feel free to ask. Which city do you want to see? Only Dortmund or also other cities?
Honestly though I live in the "Ruhrgebiet" and am from a city that's close to Dortmund and personally I would not suggest anyone who wants to live in Germany moving to my state. Not saying that there's not lots of stuff to do here...North-Rhine-Westphalia is by far the most populated German state and there are lots of big cities around where I live with great places to go and tons of night clubs, obviously soccer clubs, and anything you could be looking for. But due to the fact that the state grew so much as a reason of coal mining the state is full of industrial complexes and it is not exactly very pretty. I absolutely hate how some of the cities look around here with all the grayish houses that were affected by the heavy air polution that was once present in North-Rhine-Westphalia as a consequence of the industrial boom. So if you, like me, care about how the city you live in looks, don't live in Dortmund or cities close to it. Generally speaking I think a lot of the cities here look dirty and I'm absolutely certain you'll find prettier cities in South and North Germany. Not a big fan of Eastern Germany actually because I simply don't like the Saxon accent
but for example what I saw of southern Germany so far especially in the area around Lake Constance was absolutely beautiful. Only problem there will be waaayyyy less things to do down there in comparison to what all you could do here I'd say because it's just not as densely populated.
Edited by Longranger, 13 September 2011 - 02:53 PM.