Sometimes, I miss Germany and then I remember....... Pretty much as the title says. Sometimes I miss Germany but then I remember that I left there to come home. Home being back to the U.S. and North Carolina. I was in Kitzingen, Germany for 2 years while I was in the Army and had a lot of good times. About the biggest thing I regret about being there was not doing more traveling. I did travel in Germany a bit but not outside of Germany (other than going to The Netherlands). I can see why people that live in Europe in general like it b/c there is so much to see and do. Especially in the up and coming months. All of the festivals and stuff. Man, that was a blast. And the Bier!!!!!! Gotta love that hefe. Hefe Wies is by far my most favoritest wonderfullest drink. I think God (the great creator, or whatever you believe in) brought it down himself/herself. I wish I could get a hefe on tap somewhere around here! Can't forget some of the concerts. One of the funnest I went to while in Germany was Full Force 6. 3 days of drunken fun. Not to mention all of the punk and hardcore bands playing. Plus the people were pretty friendly. I found out that even if you couldn't speak german well, as long as you made an attempt they were even nicer. They would laugh and then most of the time speak to you in english/american. I spent a couple of cool New Years there too. The one going from 98 to 99 was spent at the castle in Wurzburg and it was a pretty cool site. Overlooking the city with all those people around was cool. The city almost look like a little warzone. Then when 12 hit, everyone was passing beer and whatever around, kissing, hugging.......it was just cool. Then going from 99 to 2000 we went to Schweinfurt with the intention of going to the castle but they had it closed off. So we went down to the main square and hooked up with some guy that had 3 grocery bags of fireworks. That was pretty fun but I think I had a little more fun the year before. Then the history you get to check out. We went to the castle that was home of the Tuetonic Knights. That was real interesting and the city was awesome. Oh well, I'm done rambling and wasting time at work for now. I know some of you probably live/lived there or have visited. What are some of the things you like about it or miss?