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Summer tour 2014!

Our summer tour with Alright the Captain has ended. I has been amazing. Cheers to all our (new) friends. We’ll see you soon!

The road ahead

They were in it for the long run. Nothing would stand between them and the road ahead.

Shot in Mannheim, Germany. Canon 5D Mark III.


One day trips near Heidelberg

As exchange students, we all like to get the most out of our experience and travel as much as possible. Near Heidelberg there are many places worth the visit and for students with the Semesterticket they can travel pretty far with it: to a small town in France as well as to Würzburg in Bavaria. 828 more words


ECPR Job Bulletin, July 2014

Here is a comprehensive list of the academic positions advertised by the European Consortium for Political Research this month.


The Water Tower and Friedrichsplatz, Mannheim

The emblem of Mannheim is nestled in one of the largest and most beautiful art nouveau areas of Europe, the Friedrichsplatz and you cannot go to Mannheim without visiting it! 125 more words

Reiss-Engelhor-Museen, Mannheim

Looking for some adventures? Why don’t you go to visit the museums “Reiss-Engelhorn”‘? There might be some hidden treasures inside!

With a total exhibition area of 11,300 qm and displaying ca. 91 more words


Germans and their pedestrian crossings

Note: I’m posting out of chronological order, because if I don’t, this blog will not be updated until climate change kills us all.

Nearly every English-speaking German expat writes, with much glee, about how Germans will patiently wait 15 minutes for the walk signal to come on even if there have been no cars on the road for the past hour, and about how the easiest way to upset a German pedestrian’s travel plans is to tell them to take a route that does not involve clearly delineated road crossings, maybe throw in a war joke about how the Allies should have set up zebra crossings and red men. 593 more words