Subject: Re: Going to Germany; any suggestions?
Dear Majeba, I think that you are going to enjoy Germany a lot. Baerbel has given you a few good tips, but even if you donīt speak German, I wouldnīt get afraid of travelling around. If you havenīt booked your accomodations already, you can check the following website :

Also, the official websites for the german cities and towns have usually a link to the accomodation services there. Their links are something similar to : Some easy examples :

In those pages you will find plenty of information about the city, transports, museums ...

Donīt forget to check Itīs the website for the german railways (although I think that there are certain lines that have been privatized and are not longer controlled by the Deutsche Bahn, but you will find the more important ones here).

A couple of years ago I spent two weeks in a german course in Rothenburg ob der Tauber. It was a nice and relaxing time. Then, in July 2002, I spent two weeks at the Goethe Institute in Berlin, and I managed not to see everything I wanted to visit, so I had to get back last December (still a lot of things missing). You can find some of my notes here :

And of course, Don and Lindaīs travelogues. You will find pretty interesting their latest one :

Please get back to us. If you know more or less the places you want to visit, I am sure we will be able to help you a lot.

Kind regards, Covadonga Bilbao - Spain