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Januar 8, 2009

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betti @ 10:07 pm

How does it feel? -18.7°F / – 28°C in Dresden

It’s not that unusual as it sounds, but I think a lot of people wouldn’t expect that from Dresden. We are not in the middle of Russia, but as well here we have a continental influence of the climate. Therefore the very east of Germany has hotter and dryer summers than anywhere else in the republic and the winters are usually longer and colder.

The last two winters were no winters. We had no minus degrees and there was nearly no snow. So everybody is really happy to have strong winter. There’s so much snow!! Unbelievable that each snow flake has another form!!

Believe me or not but this cold temperatures put people into good humour. It’s really an event. And it’s fun too: Wearing lots of warm socks, funny caps, sliding on the pavement (un)intentionally. There are tons of snow men in the Great Garden and the Elbe meadows. Some people also use them for ski touring. In the tram you hear people talking about the coldness, but in a positive exciting way.

There are absolutely no bad spirits and no way for a winter blues.

And last Sunday I myself throw my first snowball and hit Lolli on the back : ) gotcha!


7 Kommentare »

  1. 1

    Ich heiße Marc und ess gern Quark.

    Kommentar von der Marc — Januar 9, 2009 @ 8:47 pm

  2. 2

    I don’t believe that every snowflake has a different shape!!! I think that this miracle just can’t be solved because there is no easy possibility to compare each snowflake!!!!

    But to not destroy this beautiful winter spirit: I just saw a few days ago a funny snow pig!!! Haha… made by some portugese speaking people with a huge sense for art and forms. Maybe you can still visit it near the Palais in the Great Garden!!!

    Have a look for it…

    Kommentar von jenny — Januar 10, 2009 @ 9:08 pm

  3. 3

    I was in Oybin this weekend…yeah ! (it is a small village, near the border of czeck republic and poland). And I climbed up the hill with my toboggan for nearly two hours (that was not very amusing). But after all, I had my greatest winter experience: 15 minutes in highspeed (imagine my crazy laughter, after so many years of childhood -feeling -abstinence) down to the village again! Awesome!

    Kommentar von Jule — Januar 11, 2009 @ 11:26 pm

  4. 4

    Gehirnfrost !

    Ich bin die Juliane und ess gern ne Banane.

    Kommentar von Jule — Januar 11, 2009 @ 11:28 pm

  5. 5

    Und ich bin der Lolli und fahr rum in meinem Rolli!

    Kommentar von Lolli — Januar 12, 2009 @ 2:48 am

  6. 6

    Warum müssen Deutsche immer versuchen, Englisch zu schreiben?! Auf Denglisch können wir gern verzichten! Wenn Ihr was zu bloggen / sagen habt, dann tut es in einer Sprache, derer Ihr mächtig seid!

    Kommentar von A Goodmeaner — Januar 13, 2009 @ 9:48 pm

  7. 7

    Ich kann dir sagen, warum wir das tun! Es gibt hier einfach unheimlich viele Gäste die kein Deutsch kennen und die muss man ja nicht von vornherein ausschließen.

    Bemühungen können schließlich auch belohnt werden…

    Kommentar von jenny — Januar 15, 2009 @ 9:52 am

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