Thanksgiving 2016

Thanksgiving is not a real tradition in Germany. But I met enough exchange students to know, that Britons, Americans and Canadians miss this holiday when on exchange. So we celebrated the best we could: With lots of different dishes from different countries!

Pfannkuchen from Germany, Kürbissuppe from Germany, Pasta al Forno from Italy, Merlot from Australia, Hummus and Tomato Salat from New Zealand, Obstsalat from Germany, Juice bought by Americans 😀 , Stammpot from the Netherlands and two other dishes from the Netherlands which names I don’t know. But it was great and we had – of course – way too much food.

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My floor mates and I also went to the Goodbye Venue organized by our Hall for the exchange students:

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