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Cold weather and rain gear. There is a lot to explore if you have the ability to venture out to do so. Hiking, biking, traveling is all very possible. I know many people that thrived at this post. - Oct 2022

-Deutsche Bahn card: the single best purchase anyone who is wanting to travel by train can make! Bon voyage! -Bicycle: public transportation is great, but it's also a very bike-able city! -Picnic blanket: there are parks all over, many with their own (very affordable) food stands, and they're gorgeous! If you have kids, they all seem to have huge playgrounds, too! - Feb 2022

Google Translate. - Oct 2021

Patience if you live on the Siedlung. We are all in this together and it is a fishbowl community. - Mar 2020

Earplugs. - Mar 2020

Patience for being scowled at. - Feb 2020

Credit card as you can buy it all here. - Sep 2019

Sense of humor about not knowing how to do things "the German way" at first. - Apr 2019

Portable A/C unit, and passports to travel everywhere! - Jan 2017

You can get just about anything you need here. - Aug 2016

American style breakfast sausage (you can buy it at the base commissary). Bring an umbrella. Bring two. - Feb 2016

Ski gear. Incredible ski opportunities and International schools get a ski break in February. - Dec 2015

Bicycle and all the attachments: You will need a front and back light and a bell/horn to be legal here! - Mar 2014

Don't forget your hobbies, camera, and hiking shoes. - Nov 2013

Warm clothes and rain gear (and bike). - Mar 2012

Winter clothes. - Oct 2011

Allergy medicine. - Feb 2008

Snow sled, skiis, and camera. - Jan 2008

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