Hotel Pension Am Hillmannplatz Nr 1
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... of their events management class, where they experienced the Farmer Party, whilst I stayed at the flat and took some much needed rest.
On the Sunday we went out to see the Christmas Markets, enjoy more Glühwein, before heading off for cake at Susan's place, whilst on my final day I took a day to see the city by myself whilst everyone else had class. I then rejoined them all one last time before I headed back off to the ...
Up early to be at St Pancras International by 07.45, we were still the last to check in for our tour! Quickly through the airport style security and promptly on the 08.58 Eurostar to Brussels. Continental breakfast en route we are soon in Brussels by noon European time. With over an hour to spare we decide to wander outside however Brussels Midi station is not in the best of areas, lots of street ...
... with them. They encouraged us to come and stay with them for a while, so we decided to do so after we checked out of the hotel.
More veggie and vegan restaurants are on the main strip to try and the next one we went to was VegeFarm, an Asian restaurant which is very nice and more upmarket, somewhere you can take people for a nice meal. The owners seem very lovely and so nice and the food is THE BEST!!! We have eaten there numerous times ...
... for free - however as I was no long studying in Bremen I was quite prepared to pay the €5 entry - but luckily after a mix of blagging, and showing out of date German ID as well as my Hertfordshire ID I managed to get in for free once more. To make my night even better, as I walked in the TV screens were showing a selection of party pictures from weeks gone by - I then noticed on this picture someone I recognised, then as I looked more closely I realised ...
At the start of the week I had gone to do the last tedious tasks necessary, which meant waiting for 2 hours to tell the Germans I was leaving their country (only Germans seem to wait for hours and hours to tell their government every little bit of information about their lifes) - however as I was not going straight home it got very confusing as the lady wanted to know if I was registering in Brussels when I ...