By: Bette Vajda ('19)
Today, I fell asleep in Denmark and woke up in Germany, which changed my idea of what a border should be. I didn’t even need my passport to go from one country to another—the transition was so smooth it wouldn’t even wake someone up. Hamburg was lovely—the juxtaposition of old and new architecture set against the expanses of water was beautiful.
By: Ethan Bean ('20)
Having only been to Germany once before, I had a lot of curiosities about Hamburg. However it turned out to be more interesting than I thought. All of it’s complex history combined with the hospitable nature of our Danish hosts made the trip an incredible experience.
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I though that Hamburg was very fun. I liked walking around and exploring the city. It was very interesting to see how different it is than other parts of Germany. It really enjoyed learning about different things in Hamburg on the tour. Overall, I had a great time in Germany with the Danish students and it was and unforgettable day.