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Eating in University cafeterias

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When I was a student in Freiburg Germany in the late 1980's I would usually eat in the Mensa, as the University cafeterias in Germany are called. A ticket for one meal with unlimited seconds of the non-meat dish cost about 2.6 marks IIRC. Anyone could eat there, as long as you had a ticket, which you could easily buy from a student. I'm wondering if this is still the case, and if anyone has done this on any trips to Germany or elsewhere recently.

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