• Germany sucks: Why is UEFA so weak and pathetic?

    Best answer: UEFA sucks.
    Best answer: UEFA sucks.
    5 answers · Bremen · 6 days ago
  • How do I get over my fear of speaking German to people while I’m in Germany?

    I’ll be in Germany for a while longer, but my fear of trying to speak German to the people here has been keeping me from eating out (at places besides Mcdonald’s) and exploring where I am. I speak a good amount of German, and I’ve been trying to tell myself that I’ll never see these people again but I’m still... show more
    I’ll be in Germany for a while longer, but my fear of trying to speak German to the people here has been keeping me from eating out (at places besides Mcdonald’s) and exploring where I am. I speak a good amount of German, and I’ve been trying to tell myself that I’ll never see these people again but I’m still afraid of looking stupid.
    6 answers · Other - Germany · 2 weeks ago
  • In Berlin, Germany have you seen right leg amputees?

    Best answer: yes
    Best answer: yes
    3 answers · Other - Germany · 4 weeks ago
  • I booked a hotel room in near berlin with a max occupancy of 2 people. I reserved it for only me but am I allowed to bring another guest?

    This is what it said about guests. When it says "base rate is for 1 guest" it makes it sound like I can bring a guest with me... or is it talking about me as the guest? but why would it say that any guest of any age is an adult? why would a child reserve a room? Guest Charges and Room Capacity Base rate... show more
    This is what it said about guests. When it says "base rate is for 1 guest" it makes it sound like I can bring a guest with me... or is it talking about me as the guest? but why would it say that any guest of any age is an adult? why would a child reserve a room? Guest Charges and Room Capacity Base rate is for 1 guest. This property considers guests of any age to be an adult. Availability of accommodation in the same property for extra guests is not guaranteed.
    4 answers · Berlin · 4 weeks ago
  • Exchange student ?

    Best answer: It will of course depend on what you will be doing with and without your host family for those 5 days. Are you going to be in classes most of the day, or will your visit be during a school break? If it were me, I would take 200 in cash and the rest on a loadable debit card that can be used over seas. You will need... show more
    Best answer: It will of course depend on what you will be doing with and without your host family for those 5 days. Are you going to be in classes most of the day, or will your visit be during a school break?

    If it were me, I would take 200 in cash and the rest on a loadable debit card that can be used over seas. You will need to ask the debit card company BEFORE buying, as some cards can only be used in the country they're purchased in.

    I could withdraw more cash or use in shops. Use the card and save the cash for those times a shop does not take Visa or Master Card debit. The great thing about a card that you can reload with more money, on is that you can do that online, so you never lose much if the card is stolen/lost, so no reason to have over $100 on the card.
    5 answers · Hamburg · 1 month ago
  • Octoberfest, can you camp in a tent in munich germany?

    Best answer: It depends on where you are. If you're in your own backyard, sure. If someone else lets you do it in their backyard, sure. If it's a campground, sure.
    Best answer: It depends on where you are. If you're in your own backyard, sure. If someone else lets you do it in their backyard, sure. If it's a campground, sure.
    4 answers · Munich · 2 months ago
  • Should I tip in Germany?

    My understanding is that tipping is not expected or required in Europe. I’ve been here several times and never had a problem. Today a German waiter insisted that a tip “wasn’t included” in the check. This is my fourth day in Germany and no other waiter said anything. Is there something new, or is he playing a... show more
    My understanding is that tipping is not expected or required in Europe. I’ve been here several times and never had a problem. Today a German waiter insisted that a tip “wasn’t included” in the check. This is my fourth day in Germany and no other waiter said anything. Is there something new, or is he playing a semantic game trying to get more money out of me? I used to be a waiter and bus boy so I want to do the right thing, but I don’t want to get ripped off.
    4 answers · Other - Germany · 2 months ago
  • Are there people in germany old enough to remember when nazies ran it?

    There's people in the United States in their eighties and nineties so assume there's people in germany that old
    There's people in the United States in their eighties and nineties so assume there's people in germany that old
    10 answers · Other - Germany · 2 months ago
  • Where can I get a hotel resort in Germany with an Ocean View balcony?

    Best answer: Good Luck with that. The closest OCEAN to Germany is about 800km (500 Miles).
    Is the coupon valid for April 1?
    Best answer: Good Luck with that. The closest OCEAN to Germany is about 800km (500 Miles).
    Is the coupon valid for April 1?
    4 answers · Other - Germany · 3 months ago
  • Do you like Germany?

    Best answer: Germany is controlled by Jews. I like Germans.
    Best answer: Germany is controlled by Jews. I like Germans.
    6 answers · Other - Germany · 3 months ago
  • Is it wise for an American to move to Germany in their 20s?

    I’m in my 20s and have wanted to move to Germany for years. I’d love to experience living there as a young adult. The older I get, the more realistic this dream seems to be but I also have doubts about it. I’ve read online it can be tough for an American to adapt to that lifestyle and be accepted by the German... show more
    I’m in my 20s and have wanted to move to Germany for years. I’d love to experience living there as a young adult. The older I get, the more realistic this dream seems to be but I also have doubts about it. I’ve read online it can be tough for an American to adapt to that lifestyle and be accepted by the German population. Most people know that Germans can be cold to foreigners and even each other, but I’m not bothered by this. Otherwise, I only know a few simple words in German so I need to learn more. I’d most likely fit in by appearance but if I spoke, it would be clear I’m not a native German. I have no problem being isolated for a while and making friends isn’t important to me but I still have to be able to live a somewhat normal life. If people are nasty to me just because I’m American, living there would be far worse. I also understand there will be far less luxuries and every day life is not as convenient as it is here but I’d accept that, and probably get used to it. So apart from the financial aspect, would it make sense to consider making this move?
    4 answers · Munich · 3 months ago
  • Why do most Germans think it's okay to ask who I voted for?

    Best answer: Germans are an odd lot. They're nice enough, but they do things like that. Or "I don't know you, but what do you think about [some controversial issue]?"
    Best answer: Germans are an odd lot. They're nice enough, but they do things like that. Or "I don't know you, but what do you think about [some controversial issue]?"
    5 answers · Other - Germany · 3 months ago
  • Do I need a VISA or a Residence Permit for a year exchange in Germany?

    If I go to Germany for Foreign Exchange from USA for 10-11 months do I need a Residence permit or a VISA? Also what’s the cost for the one I need?
    If I go to Germany for Foreign Exchange from USA for 10-11 months do I need a Residence permit or a VISA? Also what’s the cost for the one I need?
    6 answers · Other - Germany · 5 months ago
  • Why is it that one in five Germans has roots from a different country?

    Best answer: Before ww2 germans were diffused in great part of europe... Look at german annexations before ww2... Or you can read about the german expulsion from eastern european countries after ww2... And germans were deported even in other countries like Kazakistan
    Best answer: Before ww2 germans were diffused in great part of europe... Look at german annexations before ww2... Or you can read about the german expulsion from eastern european countries after ww2... And germans were deported even in other countries like Kazakistan
    5 answers · Other - Germany · 5 months ago
  • Things to do in Prague and Berlin?

    5 answers · Berlin · 5 months ago