Do NOT make these Mistakes as a Tourist in Germany

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Ya live and ya learn. Do not make these mistakes during your German travel adventures! Did I forget anything else? Comment them below!
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  • Gerd Papenburg

    Gerd Papenburg

    9 miesięcy temu

    Just another add: don't ask for the bathroom; people who only have a very limited command of the English language will think you look for a place where you can take a bath (Badezimmer). Ask for the toilet (Toilette) instead; any German will understand that.

    • fuddafirst

      fuddafirst

      12 dni temu

      It simply doesn't matter. germans are not stupid. they will understand the differences in language and grammar...

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      Martha D.moreno

      17 dni temu

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    • Coffeebean1985

      Coffeebean1985

      2 miesięcy temu

      That's interesting. I was taking about that with friends of mine quite a while ago and were came to the complete opposite conclusion. I can only draw from personal experience, but I had quite a couple of English speaking guys ask me where to find the restroom or bathroom over the years. It never cause confusion for me or the people I talked to about this. I think even with limited grasp of English people get what you are talking about. And there are a lot of bathrooms where the toilets are included in Germany and Austria as well, so it is not such an absurd question to begin with.

    • Sandro Vadacca

      Sandro Vadacca

      2 miesięcy temu

      That's really bullshit 😂😂😂😂 Everyone will understand what you mean. Even in German, many people would rather ask "Wo ist das Bad?" instead of the toilet. Because it sounds nicer

    • wintertrine

      wintertrine

      3 miesięcy temu

      @One Angry Fucer south african

  • naeem kazi kazi

    naeem kazi kazi

    6 godzin temu

    🇧🇩✋🇸🇦

  • Lisa Klein

    Lisa Klein

    6 dni temu

    If you are in Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany it would be interesting to visit the 'Haus der Geschichte' in Bonn. There you learn a lot about German history in time of the war and after it.

  • David Worster

    David Worster

    8 dni temu

    Im from germany and make lots of nazi jokes, dark humor is a thing of personality I think

  • Fak Yuh Googel

    Fak Yuh Googel

    8 dni temu

    1:11 Yup

  • Ya FF

    Ya FF

    9 dni temu

    No. 3: It’s not quite the whole truth. Germans do pay with Girocard, which is the quasi-monopolist and, apparently, incompatible with most non-European brands.
    So do follow the advice and have cash ready unless you know that YOUR card is accepted.
    A typical German nitpicking, but maybe helpful to some of you.

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      9 dni temu

      Even a lot of places don’t have german card readers from my experience...

  • SUPERLEMON HAZE

    SUPERLEMON HAZE

    9 dni temu

    you can find all if you want new york style city go frankfurt if you want culture go cologne all citys are different

  • Howard Pope

    Howard Pope

    9 dni temu

    Here in Berlin it is normal to ignore traffic lights as a pedestrian (by the way: also bus drivers often ignore a red light). I have to confess, I also went by red, several times.
    But we Berliners are considered to be a little naughty, anyway.

  • Howard Pope

    Howard Pope

    9 dni temu

    Here in Berlin it is in addition prohibited to drink in the U-Bahn. Of course I don´t know where you filmed the sequence at 2:34. Maybe it is different in that place. I´m just curious, don´t want to be a moralizer. I´ve drank in the U-Bahn myself, even alcohol, which is a special delinquency.

  • ZoXlikeLP

    ZoXlikeLP

    9 dni temu

    most of the younger aged ppl here hate the card problem as much as you do :D

  • Harald Schmidt

    Harald Schmidt

    11 dni temu

    Hmmmmmmm Bratwurst und Bier yamyamyam

  • MFK Liegenschaften

    MFK Liegenschaften

    12 dni temu

    Fully agreed with all 10 points. We like cash as it represents a form of freedom which people of your age are possibly not quite aware of. Never ever cross roads on a red light. My Porsche will leap forward on green. You will feel sorry for not respecting the rules.

  • MrHappymike65

    MrHappymike65

    12 dni temu

    in germany you have to follow the traffic rules, we do no joke with this. people are not resistance like a car. so car drivers have to look always for people. dont cross a street with lines if you see people will cross this street line, you will lose driver lizens only for this. so we in germany do no joke with this rules.

  • MrHappymike65

    MrHappymike65

    12 dni temu

    we love cash. only cash is real money here in germany. we hate plastik cards. fake shit.

  • hallejohn

    hallejohn

    12 dni temu

    Last point definitly most important.
    One can make harsh jokes if you do know your person opposite for longer. But I'd rather don't go for Nazi jokes at all.
    Think of it like any mass shooting in public or school with lots of injured and deaths in the USA. No one should tell those jokes.
    Because it is as terrible and sad in Germany as in any other country.

  • Giuseppe Di Gorgonzola

    Giuseppe Di Gorgonzola

    13 dni temu

    Hot Girl !!!

  • gagaplex LPs

    gagaplex LPs

    14 dni temu

    Americans keep talking about having to use cash, but I just usually use my EC card.

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      14 dni temu

      no not just Americans, but every country that does not have ECs which is most countries. And a lot of places in Germany do not even have the option to use EC.

  • giorgos katsianos

    giorgos katsianos

    14 dni temu

    WHO WANTS TO GO TO GERMANY,YOU STUPID IDIOT?

    • Ju

      Ju

      10 dni temu

      Many refugees do

  • Sebastian Weinberg

    Sebastian Weinberg

    15 dni temu

    In the absence of tourists, the only people who get loud on public transportation are little children and drunks (usually on the way to or from a football game), so if you get loud on the bus or _bahn,_ people are gonna look at you and wonder which of those two you are. 😉
    Obeying the pedestrian signals really is a huge deal for many people, especially the older generations, who had it drilled into them that it's a child-safety issue.  The argument goes like this:  "Yes, sure, you're an adult and can judge for yourself whether it's safe to cross the road, even if the signal's still red — but children can _not._  If you make a habit of crossing “on your own recognisance," you _will_ be observed by children; it's statistically inevitable.  And those children _will_ imitate the behaviour of the adults they see — so exercise some of the supposedly adult responsibility and curb your impatience for their sake.”  It's kinda hard to argue with.
    I still sometimes cross on a red light anyway.  Screw the brats, I wanna cross _now!_ 😁

    • Sebastian Weinberg

      Sebastian Weinberg

      10 dni temu

      @Ju It really kinda depends on the context. Two friends sitting next to each other, talking quietly enough that nobody who isn't sitting _right next to them_ has to hear them - *O.K.* 😊👍 Two friends sitting at opposite ends of the carriage, conversing by screaming across the entire distance - *F.U.* 😠👊

    • Ju

      Ju

      10 dni temu

      In my opinion talking with a friend is absolutely okay in bus and bahn in Hamburg and Berlin at least

  • Sweety 87

    Sweety 87

    15 dni temu

    Point 5 is wrong: I don´t tell my guests: "put out your shoes". This is definitely not nessesary.

  • 07asp

    07asp

    15 dni temu

    German side-eyes xD

  • lukas Lüdke

    lukas Lüdke

    16 dni temu

    No Nazi Jokes?! Wehrmacht denn sowas?

  • Manuel Almazan

    Manuel Almazan

    16 dni temu

    Se ve que tienes genes Hispanos, me equivoco? tienes la simpatia y franqueza de las muchachas hispanas

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      16 dni temu

      Manuel Almazan ahhh que bonito. Gracias! Si mi madre is de Honduras pero mi padre es de los estados unidos! :)

  • unplayednamer 01

    unplayednamer 01

    17 dni temu

    You are totally right, even when they tell you that you don't need to, ALWAYS take your shoes off.

  • FBI Agent: 1675801

    FBI Agent: 1675801

    17 dni temu

    6:41 I mean if you walk when you have the red stop light and a cop sees you, you need to pay a small fine.
    Of course that is very rare but still it could happen

  • Kuelschrank2000

    Kuelschrank2000

    18 dni temu

    Their are some Germans that do Nazi jokes but just not in public and you always know that it's just a Stupid joke. It's probably the junger Generation that didn't live in the Nazi Era. They probably didn't even lived in the DDR Era of West and East Germany

  • xYotsubax

    xYotsubax

    20 dni temu

    Well use the 'U-Bahn' in Berlin and it's loud as hell xD

    • K.M. A.

      K.M. A.

      15 dni temu

      When you was last time in New York? Exactly what you say here is what she mean.

  • xmorpheuzx

    xmorpheuzx

    21 dzień temu

    well for the shoes thing... you can wear heels, just not when you do the tourist and you will be out and about walking around for hours. Also, when coming into someones home, usually they swap their "Strassenschuh" with their "Hausschuh" (Pantoffel). Or on socks, seen most of Germans have carpets laid out around their house.

  • Dariusz Nowak

    Dariusz Nowak

    21 dzień temu

    To many white people in Bundesrepublik ! Germany needs more ethnic diversification . More childless white people .

  • Master G Beats

    Master G Beats

    21 dzień temu

    The thing with the shoes, you should ask to take off or not.

  • Ananya dokula

    Ananya dokula

    22 dni temu

    I live in Germany I have lived for 6 years in Germany and still I don't know this ????

  • Demon Soldier's

    Demon Soldier's

    24 dni temu

    That red and green lights is not in Germany that's Japan

  • Schmand Orange

    Schmand Orange

    25 dni temu

    I mean... I'm german and do a lot of nazi jokes.

  • Fredrik Dunge

    Fredrik Dunge

    25 dni temu

    9:00 I knew this would get on here. Don't mention the war unless the Germans do or it makes sense in the context, Germans are fine with talking about it for the most part but non Germans bring it up a lot.

  • Fredrik Dunge

    Fredrik Dunge

    25 dni temu

    8:45 Many German grocery stores have their own in house bakery though. Also you don't gain weight if you eat the darker bread with more fibre. No one has ever gotten fat from eating pumpernickel for an example.

  • Jay Fell

    Jay Fell

    26 dni temu

    I like it. THX 😂👍

  • Michael Wulle

    Michael Wulle

    26 dni temu

    This is so weird watching as a German one... lol
    The thing is that all the stuff how we do it is just like: I do it cuz everyone else is doing it. Its like we never did it different! Like in trains or buses or whatever we are just silence bc... IDK we just are it! It's like your feel says this is right and everyone seems to have the same feel idk. XD

  • Plüsch

    Plüsch

    26 dni temu

    Most important rule when travelling through Franconia at the northern end of Bavaria (southern Germany): never call a franc a Bavarian - NEVER. The reaction might vary between a very, VERY bad look at best ...and something similar to a fallout. 😅 Doesn't matter that Franconia has been part of Bavaria for a very long time and the francs actually like the Bavarians... - And yeah, you're right, we francs (alongside the Bavarians) always think that Bavaria is like our own little fairy kingdom with Franconia as its crowned heart. 😜 We just try to stop the Bavarians form conquering the rest of Germany. 😎 Oh, and you can wear heels in our historical German city centers with all that cobblestone - you just have to learn how to target the stones with every step.... It's like raising the skill walking in high heels to level 10 or higher.

  • psyjager

    psyjager

    27 dni temu

    As a German, I must say: I love your accent.
    So super cute. Lemme pet you till i die...

  • Itzcookieplays Gacha

    Itzcookieplays Gacha

    27 dni temu

    So your saying that you Americans don’t eat bread…?😶😅🤨

  • Sturmkind LP

    Sturmkind LP

    29 dni temu

    To american tourists as well:
    Dont expect the Tipp is included on the receive.
    It isnt. A Tipp is a gift of free will in germany. So if you are treaded nice in a restaurant or a hotel, just give a few € extra to the waitress/waiter

  • TheGogeta222

    TheGogeta222

    29 dni temu

    In Germany er don't say: lefty loosy righty thighty
    We say: SO LANG DAS DEUTSCHE REICH BESTEHT, WIRD DIE SCHRAUBE RECHTS GEDREHT!

  • Devil Girl

    Devil Girl

    Miesiąc temu

    New title: don't go to Germany because we have to quarantine

  • Hexenkönigin von Angmar

    Hexenkönigin von Angmar

    Miesiąc temu

    Rule of thumb with the shoes in the house: If you are planning to be there for more than ten minutes take them off.

  • Hexenkönigin von Angmar

    Hexenkönigin von Angmar

    Miesiąc temu

    I live in Bavaria and we rarely ever wear Dirndl or Lederhosen, only to typically Bavarian festivals, most notably the Oktoberfest.
    There are exeptions if course, e.g. a Maths teacher of mine. It was always a roughly 25% chance of weather or not he would wear that stuff.

  • Noctoura

    Noctoura

    Miesiąc temu

    Nobody:
    Literally no person at all:
    My great aunt, which is actually german, but lives in Georgia: Today we're gonna eat sPäTzLe!

  • untos1

    untos1

    Miesiąc temu

    5:12 WTF no it's not then a good host, when he tell you, you dont have to take the shoes off. You are only a very rude guest, if someone has even to tell you that.

    For Americans: Only you walk with your dirty shoes into the house. Basically the whole asia and Europe do that not, only you do that!

    I mean, this is not something, which is sth very special. It's just disgusting to dont take your shoes off.

    • untos1

      untos1

      Miesiąc temu

      @Kim Crosses Borders Yeah, i dont really mean all all people in the world. But how i said, basically whole Europe and Asia dont do that and it's how i said disgusting to wear shoes at home. And the Problem is, that a lot of US Americans are rude in this topic and think, the whole world is like the USA (or maybe the USA is the whole world). And i think there are more US American traveller than South American traveller, so it's in real basically only the US, which does that in other country or which are relevant. Asian tourists are an other world. Also Arabian Tourist are nice, only US Americans do these things.

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      Miesiąc temu

      untos1 no but it does because you can’t just say it’s only one place that does it 😂

    • untos1

      untos1

      Miesiąc temu

      @Kim Crosses Borders Doesnt matter for what i said. It's disgusting.

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      Miesiąc temu

      No not true. Go to Latin America and you will see people walk in the house with their shoes. So it is not only people from the USA.

  • SugasSugar

    SugasSugar

    Miesiąc temu

    Ich bin nicht gut in englisch xD

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      Miesiąc temu

      SugasSugar alles gut meine deutsch ist nicht gut 😂

  • Lia Ayla

    Lia Ayla

    Miesiąc temu

    You know you're German when: zur Titte, zur Titte, zum Sack, Zack Zack!

  • Adri is lonely

    Adri is lonely

    Miesiąc temu

    Is german bread really that good tho?lmao
    Cuz I as a German can't really find a difference between other country's breads lol

  • david luiz

    david luiz

    Miesiąc temu

    I'm german: Number 10 is not entirely correct.
    Young germans usually have no problems with nazi jokes. Ok, joking about dead jews is not so funny in germany, but i swear the majority laugh about jokes like:
    "Jetzt Reichsadler!" (instead of: Jetzt reicht's aber! / It's enough!)
    or...
    "Wehrmacht denn solche Witze?" (instead of: Wer macht denn solche Witze? / Who makes such jokes?)
    or... (my favourite) "Warum ist der Eiffelturm so hoch? Damit man die weiße Fahne schon von Berlin aus sieht." / Why is the eiffel tower so tall? So that you can see the white flag from Berlin.
    I think only older people oder sissys react completely bored about "light" nazi jokes.

  • Armin von Eckerberg

    Armin von Eckerberg

    Miesiąc temu

    Cash? You're kidding?) Sure I pay amounts under 5€ in cash but everything else by credit card or phone. Even Aldi accepts credit cards since many years.
    Slippers are another fake. Only working class or underclass people do that. I speak for the north of Germany.

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      Miesiąc temu

      Armin von Eckerberg I lived in Hamburg. And I did say you can use cards at grocery stores. Many cafes and tourist shops and bars, no.

  • Jacob Roberts

    Jacob Roberts

    Miesiąc temu

    Please define your terms. I'm American, and I have no idea what ubon is. 2:13. When you have athletic clothes, do you mean exercise clothing, do you mean a shirt with the name of your favorite football team such as Dallas Cowboys, or do you mean something else?

  • Sinto_HD

    Sinto_HD

    Miesiąc temu

    yeah, it is sad if people think of germany it is the same...
    and p.s.: as German i love athletic clothes to wear everywhere!

  • Krasserboi06

    Krasserboi06

    Miesiąc temu

    If you go over a street when the light is red and you get hit by a car the person in the car can sue you.

  • Martin Gerlach

    Martin Gerlach

    Miesiąc temu

    We the Germans also have some Nazis or Neo-Nazis or some extreme-right-wring persons or partys unfortunately, like the NPD (NPD = rebirth of NSDAP) and the AfD (AfD = Alternative für Deutschland =>English: Alternative (Party) for Germany = an extreme-right-wring party which is monitored by the German state, police and law.) Unfortunately the AfD is in the parliament like a member of the opposition.

    • Martin Gerlach

      Martin Gerlach

      12 dni temu

      AfD is extreme-right. The German version for the American Republicans is the Union. In Bavaria we have the CSU(CSU = Christian Social Union). The Rest of Germany we have the CDU(=Christian Democratic Union). The Union is a united party of CSU and CDU because the both parties are brothers and sisters. The right side of a left-wing-party is the SPD (=Social Democratic Party of Germany). The left-wing party of and for Germany without being extreme is the Left Party. The other left-wing parties for Germany which are more extreme than the Left Party are MLPD(=Marxistic Leninistic Party of Germany) and the other left or social parties.

    • Martin Gerlach

      Martin Gerlach

      12 dni temu

      @MFK Liegenschaften My opinion is that the American Republicans disrespect law and order are fans of weapons because they believe they live in a country full of anger, hatred, racism, nationalism and patriotism and that they do not know how a good healthcare system can work very well. The Republicans believe that a good healthcare system can work very well, when a family with a low income cannot pay their health, but a rich family can pay their doctors, the MRI, the CT, blood tests and more. The American Democrats attempted to try their very best to put some European influence into the American kind/type of healthcare system with Obamacare established or attempted to be established by Obama and his administration. It doesn't work well because the Republicans are afraid of political changes which has something to do with Socialism - maybe they get confused Socialism with Communism.

    • MFK Liegenschaften

      MFK Liegenschaften

      12 dni temu

      The truth is that AfD is no neo nazi party at all. Its like Republicans in the US delivering higly useful inputs to real public discurs. By contrast the left parties are by and large communists, often disrespecting law and order

  • Martin Gerlach

    Martin Gerlach

    Miesiąc temu

    You can pay with cards with a minimum of 10 € or more. If you want to buy something which doesn't cost a lot, you pay with cash. If something costs a lot like a computer, a car or something else or if you want to buy something via Internet, you pay with the option of online banking.

  • hackman669

    hackman669

    Miesiąc temu

    Let's see, in Germany one can only pay in cash. In the US you pay with a card for big purchases, cash for small . In China you pay with phone or chard and sometimes cash.

  • Christian Daniel

    Christian Daniel

    Miesiąc temu

    As German I can tell you Guys: when you're in a hurry, better call for a "Minicar" than Taxi.

  • CR

    CR

    Miesiąc temu

    Im also from germany and here is another mistake you can do. if someone, a stranger, ask you something, DONT just anwser the question, you have to say something rude, that implies that the asking person is a kind of stupid. for example. if someone aks you, what time it is. DONT just tell him the time, ask him as rude as possible, if or why he dont have a clock. then tell him the time. / sorry, my english is not the yellow from the egg.

  • Kopi Jen

    Kopi Jen

    Miesiąc temu

    With the red Traffic light was That in Bremen? Min. 7:00

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      Miesiąc temu

      yes :)

  • larslukas d.

    larslukas d.

    Miesiąc temu

    As German its so nice to see this

  • Music 2000

    Music 2000

    Miesiąc temu

    I am from egrmany and don't tell this shit!
    Las doch den scheiß!😑

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      Miesiąc temu

      lmao.

  • Korne127

    Korne127

    Miesiąc temu

    Some of the things aren't really true for germany as whole, e.g. the credit card and the heels thing. Might be true for some old town but in general, of course you can wear heels and pay with your card.

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      Miesiąc temu

      I lived in Berlin. Many places only took cash and there is cobblestone on my modern street. I think as a native you don’t really get to have the tourist experience just like I cannot notice things for others in the USA.

  • Black Sicko

    Black Sicko

    Miesiąc temu

    I live in germany and always wear athletic clothes because I think its comfortable and looks very good. Sometimes when I am at train main stations some people confront me with "oh is it really this warm?" and they are so mean. Some turn around and whistle and its so annoying. What I also really hate is that on LGBTQ demonstrations, most of the time foreigners who live in germany, shout at the gays and blame them for being gay. I experienced this very often. Somehow they don't blame the lesbians, but the gays. All in all I don't think the tourists are mean. I think the germans and people who live in germany are mean. Everytime when I use the public transport everybody is loud, I mean for real! And some kids are so disrespectful and dont even let grannys have a seat. I think when there is someone talking english everybody keeps an eye on them because they think "oh I can speak english too! Let's hear what she says" 😹😹😹

  • Hashim

    Hashim

    Miesiąc temu

    lesson learned, crack the fuck outta Nazi and Hitler jokes.

  • unknown person

    unknown person

    Miesiąc temu

    wo sind meine bayern? 😂

  • Mana

    Mana

    Miesiąc temu

    in germany most of the people will not say "my friend" because it sounds like you are in a relationship with your friend - "friend" also means boyfriend at the same time; we prefer "one of my friends" or "my buddy" ("Kumpel") :)

  • Remus MuscBLN

    Remus MuscBLN

    Miesiąc temu

    Germany is a federation of 16 kingdoms, all of them are different.

  • Sven Goris

    Sven Goris

    Miesiąc temu

    is taking care of your own and others safety (respecting the traffic lights both as pedestrian and vehicle driver) not basic human instinct or at least educated by parents or school?

    • Sven Goris

      Sven Goris

      Miesiąc temu

      @Kim Crosses Borders true, like I don't care for my own safety or anyone else for that matter you mean ;) Jaywalking is also common here in Belgium with most of it happening in the cities with Brussels and Antwerp with the most highest occurrences. And than they go like whoo you have to watch out for the pedestrians and bikers because they are vulnerable participants in traffic.. more like they are very often just reckless.

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      Miesiąc temu

      Try going to Spain, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Italy, these places hold different perspective.

  • Lydilein

    Lydilein

    Miesiąc temu

    as a german I can say this is 100% true

  • Toast Brot

    Toast Brot

    Miesiąc temu

    It is the most leckär leckär thing ever XD - cute

    • Toast Brot

      Toast Brot

      Miesiąc temu

      Right, how convenient 😂 thanks

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

      Miesiąc temu

      I like your username

  • DIY girl

    DIY girl

    Miesiąc temu

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR MENTIONING THAT NOT EVERYTHING IS BAYERN

  • Liam123

    Liam123

    Miesiąc temu

    Your comment section just got Blitzkriegt

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

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      ruedigerplays Bc of this comment section I learned what blitzkriegt even means

  • Yvette Rother

    Yvette Rother

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    1. Was noch vergessen wurde, es ist hilfreich, die deutsche Sprache etwas zu erlernen, um sich etwas artikulieren zu können. Viele deutsche Bürger können nämlich kein Englisch, teilweise betrifft das Geschäfte, Cafes sowie einge Restaurants. Just say it...
    2. Was noch wichtig ist, Bitte und Danke sagen und in den öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln gehört es sich, für ältere, kranke, verletzte Menschen und Schwangeren aufzustehen und den Sitzplatz anzubieten.
    3. Ebenfalls wichtig: Um nicht Opfer eines Überfälle, Diebstahls, Taschendiebstahls zu werden, nicht so den Touristen heraushängen lassen und mit Stadtplan durch die Gegend laufen. Portemonnaie und Wertgegenstände so mit sich herumtragen, dass sie nicht leicht zu entwenden sind.
    4. Ein Fehler, den man im Notfall nicht machen sollte, WÄHLE NICHT 911, wenn du in Deutschland bist, sondern 110 ( Polizei) oder 112 ( Feuerwehr) ! Alternativ kann man sich vorher im Hotel informieren, wo in der Nähe eine Polizeistation ist.

  • Jeff hTekiller

    Jeff hTekiller

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    German guy here, i love nazi jokes and many other germans do too, just in public or in front of ppl you dont know it is problematic

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

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      I agree, you really have to have social awareness, and know your limits!!

  • li So

    li So

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    I am from Germany and I agree to all of your points. :)

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

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      thanks for watching my video :)

  • Elly Orzech

    Elly Orzech

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    R U from America?
    I'm from Germany.
    My biggest wish is to come to America, but I donno how😢
    Ok I know but I don't have enough money and by that: I'm 13.
    Our summer holidays last 6 weeks and not as long as yours😢
    I wish *you* could give me a chance.
    I have much more experience in talking and understanding English than all of my classmates. And we are 17 people in the 7th grade.

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

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      I am from America! I am positive one day you will be able to come! Germany has some great exchange year programs I am sure you would be able to partake in! :)

  • Teecana

    Teecana

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    My mother bakes bread herself and everybody says it's so much better than from the bakery (honestly, it's THE best thing) but I'm German. So I am used to high standards of bread in German, I don't think I can survive the US

    • Kim Crosses Borders

      Kim Crosses Borders

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      hahaha hey you could start a bread business here!

  • Chris Schu

    Chris Schu

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    To your second point: I will assume, that Germans alwas like to be quite in public. So, not at the PT only… ;)