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Surprising Culture Shock for a German in America

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When my husband, Stefan (aka Mr. German Man), traveled with me from Germany to America, that was his very first time in the USA and he had quite a few culture shock moments in just those first few hours after landing in the U.S.!!
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18 Mär 2018

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Doctor C
Doctor C Vor 30 Minuten
Does this broad ever shut up...
Kay Flip
Kay Flip Vor Stunde
Well you pick up your luggage at the baggage claim. So yeah, same thing.
James A.
James A. Vor Tag
USA has no culture
TX .Wikinger
TX .Wikinger Vor Tag
Should have came to Fredericksburg Tx (area) you would have been like...wow it's like home but....Americanish
Don Whitt
Don Whitt Vor 2 Tage
My wife's grandfather on her mother's side came from Germany. Her other grandfather on her father's side came from France. She's always having these internal battles.
Don Whitt
Don Whitt Vor 2 Tage
If you are carrying baggage, then you refer to it as baggage. If you are carrying luggage, you call it luggage.
J Ignatius
J Ignatius Vor 3 Tage
My grandfather lived in Germany in the 40s. He lived in Nuremberg in a POW camp called Oflag 13B. He became friends with Generalmajort Gunther von Goeckel, commandant of the camp. He said he was treated very well by the Germans.
Superapearmy
Superapearmy Vor 4 Tage
I am not sure if she knows yet, but it is pretty likely she is married to an android.
Raiderblack
Raiderblack Vor 4 Tage
The South Pacific... Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora
Donald McCombs
Donald McCombs Vor 5 Tage
Should visit Oklahoma, there was once a German POW camp there. When WWII ended they gave them the choice to go home or stay. Most of them stayed and kept the culture alive.
Revolution4Evolution
Ha, I felt that way when I first went to Germany, from the Frankfurt AM Main airport (flughaven) to everywhere I went... which was MANY places there, for over a year (serving in the Army). I personally liked the Pomme Fritts there but they are not like the addictive crackilike fries from McDonalds. I miss the great biers I had there, many of which were locally made, and I have never had such great wursts in my life since then, and naturally I miss the fraulines! It's always great to see people who have fun visiting new, faraway places with entirely different cultures... this was a feel-good video for sure, thanks for sharing! Tschüss!
Richard Moorhead
Richard Moorhead Vor 5 Tage
In all my time in Europe, seeing several countries. France was the only one I would not return to. Spent a couple tours(military) in Germany. Loved the country( yes I come from an area in the states with a high German heritage). Now as for the deer in the headlines look. It was my first Christmas mart in Heilbronn.
Oscar Rivier
Oscar Rivier Vor 5 Tage
Is it true Germans only shower once a week or less?
KelliNomNom
KelliNomNom Vor 6 Tage
Iceland. Overwhelming and so very beautiful
BrandonFlorida
BrandonFlorida Vor 8 Tage
Lovely couple.
Fishroads
Fishroads Vor 9 Tage
Japan
jblohm821
jblohm821 Vor 9 Tage
I experienced similar culture shock when I arrived in Germany in 1984 as a member of the US ARMY. I still remember being able to get beer at McDonald's. After several months I loved the people and considered moving to Germany after my time in the military ended. I wish I could go back and revisit all the places I had been there in my younger days. I'd love to reunite with my friend Gunta. Hope I spelled that right. She worked at the galaxy club in Baumholder in 1984 and was still there in 1985 when I left to return to the US.
Jared Freedman
Jared Freedman Vor 10 Tage
Atlanta Airport is the busiest airport in the world.
liesa scott
liesa scott Vor 10 Tage
He is a nice but typical German man. She is physically all over him, driving the conversation, catering to him the infos and stimulation and he just sits there with his hands folded. Never engaging, never reciprocating, never touching her, never acknowleding her as "his" lady, taking his folded hands off his knies only to enhance his point, never putting an arm around her. He could be the mailman the way he acts. Strange that he would want to meet her parents..... That's German men for you. They are cute yes but in a boyish way expecting to be taken care of without ever anything being expected of them. Lady, just wait and see. At some point soon you will want an American cowboy. I am a German women living in the US.
Aboleo80
Aboleo80 Vor 11 Tage
Stefan looks Slavic to me. Ya'll should do a DNA test together.
J R
J R Vor 11 Tage
I give Stefan a Medal for putting up with the overhyped accent of a syrupy American Woman. She gives me a headache.
fairy bliss
fairy bliss Vor 12 Tage
I recommend visiting Fairbanks and other parts of Alaska. Make sure you go to Denali Park, and try to hit Valdez
fairy bliss
fairy bliss Vor 12 Tage
I was born and raised in Fairbanks Alaska. Each time I ventured out to the rest of the states, I was in shock. I left in 2011 and still there’s things that I find shocking about how the rest of the states are. But also since I’ve lived away from there now 7 years, there’s things that are now shocking about Fairbanks
N0nc0mpusmentus
N0nc0mpusmentus Vor 12 Tage
I had some of my high schooling in Israel, and I’m from the Midwest. It was amazing.
Pamela Curtis
Pamela Curtis Vor 13 Tage
It's "Baggage Claim." It's the "Overhead Luggage Compartment." And I call them suitcases.
Charlotte Cameron
Charlotte Cameron Vor 13 Tage
When I was 19, I made a trip to The Netherlands (and Germany). I had been saving for about 2 years and payed for the whole trip by myself, it was also my first trip alone without parents or school teachers. I remember getting out of Amsterdam Centraal Station and feeling overwhelmed because I was finally there, finally where I wanted to be. There was an Ajax game on that day and people were walking and chanting supporting their team. It was also overwhelming because people were speaking Dutch and signs were all in Dutch, a language I don't speak. I'd only ever been to Canada and the US and speak English and French. Buildings were different, streets were different, cyclists were omnipresent, canals were amazing.
waltms
waltms Vor 13 Tage
As an American I have been in many parts of Latin America, and my Spanish is pretty good, but my most amazing experience was in a small shop in the airport in Madrid. She was thrilled that I, as a foreigner, could speak Spanish. I have been in places where I am mostly blocked from a meaningful experience due to linguistic barriers. I think it is really important to have at least a semblance of awareness of the language in order to really experience the local effect. And now, as I think about it, I have to correct myself. I think I had more interesting experiences with military police in Mexico and Colombia simply because they were surprised that I could speak Spanish. At any rate, there is some ratio of culture shock that depends on both personal familiarity as well as linguistic familiarity.
Peaceful Hooligan
Peaceful Hooligan Vor 13 Tage
Dana is so unpleasantly superficial and fake.
jmarie8408
jmarie8408 Vor 13 Tage
Very sweet....
Nathan Castanon
Nathan Castanon Vor 13 Tage
Why is she yelling??
Da_Evil_Chicken
Da_Evil_Chicken Vor 13 Tage
The first time I´ve traveled to and through California (3 weeks, 1´600 Miles) it was absolutely stunning. It seems like everything is bigger than in Europe. I´ve learned something new every day, came from big towns to trailerparks in the middle of the desert, saw the breathtaking nature along Truckee River, went from 64°F to 33°F within an hour, and I was wondering how easy it is to drive more than 400 Miles at one day in the US (compared to Germany). I have already seen some places and towns I have visited in Movies or Videogames before but it took me one and a half year before I fully realised where I have actually been. It was the most beautiful and craziest trip so far. (Did I mentioned that I slept one night in my rental car somewhere in North Hollywood?) Something I´ve learned: When you can do it, then in Amerika.
laszlo tassy
laszlo tassy Vor 15 Tage
Sort of silly, ( not my site here) how about flying overseas for the first time from Ca. to communist Hungary with your 2 year old baby in tow. Spending 6 weeks in a country where at the time no one speke English and trying to deal with caring for a toddler and staying with in-laws... No that was hard We flew into Germany then took a train all the way to Budapest with machine gun armed guards got onboard at the HU Austrian boarder..
laszlo tassy
laszlo tassy Vor 15 Tage
On top of all that having to deal with family who hadn't seen my husband in over 7 years since he escaped the country. No throw away baby nappies back in commie HU in the late 70's. Sorry to say this story is a bit weak in adventure tales.
Jus Rul
Jus Rul Vor 15 Tage
Yes! In New York 😍
Darcy L
Darcy L Vor 15 Tage
When you say Atlanta airport is a Huge airport are you speaking of size of building or the size of the people? I will never forget how many obese people were in the airport the first time I went through that airport. It was crazy.
Perry robison
Perry robison Vor 15 Tage
It’s luggage. He has better grammar than she does.
d9103365
d9103365 Vor 15 Tage
Well, he experienced great culture shock and was overwhelmed (which is stated about ten times), but we are left guessing as to why...except for the friendly people, large airport, and time difference.
Joseph Cote
Joseph Cote Vor 15 Tage
To me luggage is specifically hard sided containers for your clothes and belongings. Baggage includes luggage and also duffel bags, or guitar cases, or backpacks, or any other type of container you use for traveling.
Jordan Humphrey
Jordan Humphrey Vor 18 Tage
I love this. I wouldn't have thought there would have been such a huge culture shock between the U.S. and Germany. But I am from a very Germanic part of the states. My grandparents were from Germany so I must have a different view. Lol
Alex Dashkoff
Alex Dashkoff Vor 20 Tage
I mean it’s either one, but in my experience I usually see signs that say “baggage claim”
Angel Wild
Angel Wild Vor 20 Tage
I visited Berlin, Germany a few years ago to visit some friends and family. It was one of the best experiences of my life! What a beautiful and interesting city! I loved every minute of it; the people were friendly and fun, and I had the time of my life! I live in a major city now that I love, but Berlin would surely be the city of my choice to move to☺️❤️👍🏻⭐️!
Baby Boo
Baby Boo Vor 20 Tage
She talks to much she needs to shut up and let him talk, my God I wonder how long he can put up with her mouth.
dapsapsrp
dapsapsrp Vor 21 Tag
Life long American, I prefer luggage to baggage.
JB P
JB P Vor 22 Tage
I have never heard someone enunciate their words so clearly. It’s like someone on a tape or something. It’s almost like she’s really trying.
Carl Spackler
Carl Spackler Vor 25 Tage
You're a lovely couple. May you have a long, and happy life together.
Toophless One
Toophless One Vor 26 Tage
In 1971 I was stationed to Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany. I arrived on Saturday morning at the base. Found my barracks and put on my civilian clothes. I caught a local bus to take me to the nearest town. I wanted to walk around and eventually have dinner and drink at a local restaurant. Since I spoke no German I had to look carefully at the signs. Not just road/street signs, but also the business's signs. I was surprised to learn that I could figure many out. The meal was fantastic and so were way too many beers. When I got on the bus to return to the base, I ended up paying for everyone on board. One of my best memories of going to Germany for the first time and by myself with a guide or interpreter. Years later I was working for a German company here in the US. I was traveling with a couple of our German engineers and we found ourselves at the Seattle airport. While waiting for our flight I noticed that one of the guys had a kind of anxious look on his face, similar to a six-year-old that has to hit the john. When I asked what was wrong he was at a loss for words. I asked him if he needed the wasser closet? Yes he said with relief. I pointed to the "Men's Room" and off he went. Upon returning he asked what do you say in the US when asking for the location? I started listing the different ways that we use, "where is the john, I need to take a leak, I need to drain the lizard, and so on". When he was finished I asked him what would be the same answer in Germany? He responded, "I must leave a column of water in the corner" at which time the other Germans all nodded in agreement.
Armando B.
Armando B. Vor 27 Tage
Why didn't you fly to Miami if you live in South Florida?
Honesty Forever
Honesty Forever Vor 27 Tage
It's luggage. Baggage sounds like garbage....or cabbage....
EggTheTalonflame 145
Your Pronouncing Stefan wrong, it's not shtefan it's just Stef-en
John J. Bluvas
John J. Bluvas Vor 29 Tage
Welcome to America.. While I saw a lot of Europe while in the military I never got to see Germany and wish I had.. One l;esson life taught me was that there were Good and Bad people no matter where one goes. My best to0 you and the wife
Andrew Winchel
Andrew Winchel Vor Monat
What? Germany's fries are so much better than in the US.
Randy Welsh
Randy Welsh Vor 28 Tage
Not really fries are not that difficult
Ed Whalen
Ed Whalen Vor Monat
bro code has no borders.......luggage
gerald swanson
gerald swanson Vor Monat
Cute couple.
Bryan Zoink
Bryan Zoink Vor Monat
It is called BAGGAGE so shut up and accept your fate!
Jim Green
Jim Green Vor Monat
To my way of thinking, baggage/luggage is like pop/soda/Coke/soda pop. I have a preference in each, but I'm familiar with all of them. Regarding the feeling of amazement, it's happened several times. They were Alaska, Hawaii and French Polynesia.
Joe Austin
Joe Austin Vor Monat
I doubt the german dude was impressed with american fries. Belgium, Germany and Netherlands have the best fries ever.
Randy Welsh
Randy Welsh Vor 28 Tage
+Joe Austin It's all relative
Joe Austin
Joe Austin Vor 28 Tage
+Randy Welsh Here in the USA they aren't. In western europe they use a different type of potato and it's cooked twice at different temperatures. Doesn't sound like much but the difference is huge.
Randy Welsh
Randy Welsh Vor 28 Tage
Not really fries are not that difficult
myoknow
myoknow Vor Monat
so all you stereotypical krauts, take a few cues from this kraut !
Mark Jones
Mark Jones Vor Monat
Can she talk over him some more
Mark Jones
Mark Jones Vor 26 Tage
Randy Welsh merry Christmas. Or your people say Happy Holidays
Randy Welsh
Randy Welsh Vor 27 Tage
+Mark Jones I have try it sometime
Mark Jones
Mark Jones Vor 27 Tage
Randy Welsh see the world as it is not how feel it should be.
Randy Welsh
Randy Welsh Vor 27 Tage
Mark Jones, grow up!
Mark Jones
Mark Jones Vor 27 Tage
Randy Welsh so me pointing out what she is doing is Victorian era. College was cruel to you
Krey Zee
Krey Zee Vor Monat
This year was our first trip to America and then directly to NYC. (my husband and I) We had no culture shock. We felt very well. In the future, we would like to travel to Chicago. My biggest dream would be to travel to LA. My English is not the best, but it´s enough to answer someone or to order something for me.
Rob Coburn
Rob Coburn Vor Monat
I'm from California went to Lithuania where I met my wife through some friends. I loved the culture difference it was great I am half german and would love to go there
NuntiusLegis
NuntiusLegis Vor Monat
I am rather overwhelmed by beautiful women than by places.
Kiki LaRue
Kiki LaRue Vor Monat
Wish you went a little deeper into details of WHY you were in culture shock. How is it different in Germany? And why/what was shocking. WHY cops on bikes is overwhelming?
Randy Welsh
Randy Welsh Vor 28 Tage
It must be different Otherwise why the shock?
Nicole Thompson
Nicole Thompson Vor Monat
Luggage 😁
kyotokitsune
kyotokitsune Vor Monat
I went to Japan in highschool. At first, it wasn't a huge deal to me, except I wasn't ever hungry, and it was insanely hot. It wasn't until I went to stay with my host family that I started to feel a bit of culture shock. And it was mostly because I didn't know what to do or how to act. I watched anime and japanese movies often, so the language didn't sound foreign to me. But it was the idea of being in a house that isn't mine, and staying with people I didn't know. They were absolutely awesome. I love my host family. The other shock was school. Part of it was having teachers who liked to tease us. The other was outside of what I was used to. I was a quiet kid. Always kept to myself, never popular. At lunch, I went to go sit with the other american students, some of whom were my friends in highschool, then I got dragged by a group of girls to another table. I was a bit uncomfortable. I never ate anything because it was so hot, but I had a couple bottles of ice cold coke which was heavenly there. That shocked them. All in all, the host stay was my favorite part of the trip. It was the saddest moment when I had to leave, though I did return 13 years later and saw my host family again. I plan on moving there in a couple years, so I'm excited for that. In the end, although I could, and have, write up a massive essay about my time there, it's actually hard to put into words how I felt and what I thought. Much the way Stefan seemed in this video. Hard to articulate what you experienced.
Tom greifzu
Tom greifzu Vor Monat
Yes, I was overwhelmed the first time I visited Arizona in America. I come from a cold climate and not ever seen palms trees before, other then in the movies. And then, I thought, wow.... They are tall, much taller then I had expected them to be. And it was so warm in January.
Lazer Yakimo
Lazer Yakimo Vor Monat
Im going to Germany for the first time ever! I'm going to visit my fiance. December 29th 2018 I cant wait and I know I will experience culture shock. I grew up in a small town in Pennsylvania with a population of 155 people hahaha
Razgriz85
Razgriz85 Vor Monat
Haven't been out of the States, but since I live on the east coast, it would be my trip to Oregon. It was my first time seeing large mountains and beach sand so coarse I could barely make a foot print in. Also, the steep cliffs along the coast were awe inspiring. Also, got to see the Spruce Goose plane, SR-71 Blackbird, and climb inside the belly of a B-17 bomber at the Evergreen Aviation & Space Museum.
Alex Croton
Alex Croton Vor Monat
luggage wins! 62% now lol
BING HELLWAGNER
BING HELLWAGNER Vor Monat
NO PROBLEM ..READ A BOOK FOR GOOD INFOS BEFORE TAKING THE FLIGHT ...IT DIDNT SURPRISED ME , BUT I SAW THE DIFFERENCE ..
Scott Horn
Scott Horn Vor Monat
My wife and I traveled from Texas to Minden, De., first on business then vacation. We really liked Germany, especially all the different beers and great schnitzel. We had fantastic hosts; I just love my German friends. I must say the trains are awesome, and on time!!! Germany = SUPER!!!! 💯💯💯
Harriet Bredehoft
I was fascinated by the beautiful green grass I saw everywhere when we visited the UK. I even remember reaching down and touching the grass on the campus at Oxford. Just couldn't believe it wasn't articifial!
Rick Ammon
Rick Ammon Vor Monat
Dana and Stefan are a beautiful couple! Stefan struck gold when he met Dana!
Zachary Falberg
Zachary Falberg Vor Monat
shtefon
Clem Cadiddlehopper
Luggage knuckleheads
Sabrina Twigg
Sabrina Twigg Vor Monat
Stefan resembles my second son
tallis mortallic
Luggage
Sarah Tonen
Sarah Tonen Vor Monat
baggage luggage luggage baggage let's call the whole thing off.... but seriously don't ask in England to "use the bathroom" in a public place, they'll never stop laughing at you. water closet, loo, toilet, crapper, washroom, wc, but never the bathroom, unless it has a bath
William Blanton
William Blanton Vor Monat
I have lived in Kuwait and in Korea and traveled all over Europe and Asia. I remember landing at Kuwait International Airport the first time and being petrified! That only lasted an hour as my colleagues were there to meet me and the greeting melted the fears away. I had traveled to France before that, but the Middle East was soooo different! I came to love it!
James Strawn
James Strawn Vor Monat
Most Americans have not been in most of America. The regional differences are stark. But it seems to me that travelers also often have pretty significant misconceptions based on films that accentuate dramatic themes.
Gabriella G.
Gabriella G. Vor Monat
I noticed that you interrupt and talk over Stefan a lot. I think it would be nice, if you leaned back a little and let him talk freely. It was distracting when I was trying to listen to what he was saying and you would cut him off.
ab202012
ab202012 Vor 21 Tag
Yes, you are exceptionally rude and dominating. I have never ever had the impulse to strangle ANY, empasize ANY, living BEING. You have changed my mind. What an unpleasant woman. And Stefan is the very opposite. You are a harpie come to life, nose and all. Surreal does not describe it fully. Stefan makes the world a better place, you make it darker, and much more evil. I do not react like this at all to people, and am totally surprised why I am reacting so strongly: Donald Trump and you. Wow.
ExarKenneth71
ExarKenneth71 Vor Monat
I'm from a farm in Western North Carolina I went to Marine BootCamp in San Diego Cali. (First ocean I ever saw was the Pacific) between BootCamp and Infantry Training me and some of my friends went to San Diego it was like no other experience that I've ever had. Never will forget it.
heros2110
heros2110 Vor Monat
My first times in China and India. And how dirty the air was. I was in Qingdao in China seven years ago for the company i worked for. That was quite overwhelming to me. China is so big, even when you know the US, which i do (friends in CO and AL).
Erin Middleton
Erin Middleton Vor Monat
My trips to visit my in-laws in Nigeria. So totally different - every aspect - I had no reference points. Amazing and unsettling at the same time. And the kindest people I have EVER met, anywhere.
Colinian Cooke
Colinian Cooke Vor Monat
"luggage" comes from stuff you had to lug around. Actually, you could bag up your luggage and then lug around your baggage !
123 123
123 123 Vor Monat
Haha poor European!
Beck Town
Beck Town Vor Monat
Luggage
s. Giustino
s. Giustino Vor Monat
Why on earth would you hook up with a typical spoiled American woman? THE MOST ENTITLED CREATURES on the PLANET
Seb E
Seb E Vor Monat
I visited San Diego California as a teen. Didn't get culture shock as an Aussie as I was visiting an auntie who lived there with my mum and dad.. and this auntie lived in a coastal town and lived a very similar lifestyle with her American husband that I did growing up in the gold coast, complete with trips to the beach, grilling and 711. Wasn't really around many people but my family. But was utterly nailed by it as an adult visiting New York, could not wait to get home even if I was in awe both good and bad.
Gertie Shaw
Gertie Shaw Vor Monat
Europeans say Americans are loud and you can see that this girl is definitely quite loud and sadly won't let the guy complete his sentences. Americans could try to 'downsize' that cultural custom.
Kristen Walker
Kristen Walker Vor Monat
My first trip to Germany and overseas was in 1989 when I was 12. I went to visit my sister in Berlin and on a visit across the wall we went with her friends to a fancy restaurant on Alexander platz where I ordered a meal that came with fries and as a 12 year old American I started eating them with my fingers and when my sister told me I needed to use my fork my facial expression was priceless I have yet been able to replacate it.
Ray Sutton
Ray Sutton Vor Monat
Been thru Europe but I think my biggest wow moment was Disney world
Jennifer Janzen
Jennifer Janzen Vor Monat
Luggage
Anton Mortolovan
Turkey, Germany, Iceland, and Saudi Arabia.
Jon Hogan
Jon Hogan Vor Monat
Back in '81 the USAF sent me to England to serve and it was to me like going back in time 50yrs. I though how could England be so far behind the US? The Air Force said there would be no culture shock but I couldn't understand a thing the British were saying to me, I guess we really speak American and they speak English. Also they only had 3 channels on TV- Seriously only 3 channels!! Until you leave this country you really have no idea how well we have it here.
Joe koyshman
Joe koyshman Vor 2 Monate
Even though I'm European born I have spent the vast majority of my life in the US therefore I cannot understand the fascination...but I can tell you this: I been to just about to every single major European airport, from Heathrow to Frankfurt. At no time I seen anything that amazed or amused me.
Marcel Audubon
Marcel Audubon Vor Monat
Ease up on the lithium, Joe. Enjoy life little, it won't hurt.
Ayla Thorp
Ayla Thorp Vor 2 Monate
I'm from St. Louis in the middle of America. I lived in Vienna for a couple of months during college. It was amazing how different everything was. Even down to the little things like grocery shopping! I miss it.
Mathias Schütz
Mathias Schütz Vor 2 Monate
When i was 14 a was in the Czech Republic. I was so overwhelmed, because I never saw so much snow in my whole life. Because i came from northern Germany and there you can be pretty happy if you can build a little snow man.
patrick bailey
patrick bailey Vor 2 Monate
Believe it or not, living in Tampa Florida and visiting Miami Florida. It really is little Havana (Cuba)in Miami. In a lot of places you have to know Spanish to get around and eat, news papers are in Spanish too. North Miami is worse than south beach and coral gables areas and Kendal also.
Perdido Atlantic
Perdido Atlantic Vor 2 Monate
Luggage is luggage. Baggage is luggage, boxes, containers, golf clubs, etc.
leslie marshall
leslie marshall Vor 2 Monate
Luggage
Mau Jaxa
Mau Jaxa Vor 2 Monate
When I first moved to Las Vegas, I arrived by greyhound at night. My mother lived there at the time, and she gave me the nickel tour of the Strip. She drove past all the big, interesting resort casinos with their lit up landscaping and architecture and all the big lighted signs. I had been to Laughlin before, which also has casinos, but it didn't shine the way Las Vegas did. I understood it was all just gloss and veneer for the purpose of marketing, but that first initial tour at night was, I must admit, quite dazzling. I spent the entire twenty minutes looking out the truck window, grinning like an idiot with my eyes wide with wonder at the beauty of it all. I'm sure everyone thought I was just another tourist.
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