Akzent Hotel Hoeltje
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... home after a delay and eventually got to bed at 12:30, before going back to work the following morning. Like. A. Pro.
Seeing Bremen once more had reminded me so much of why I loved the city so much. The city itself is beautiful, and is just the right size to explore by foot without getting too bored. It also has a lot of student life, with a mix of foreign students that bring about so much interest and fun.
I miss Erasmus!
Two hours of riding brought me back to Bremen at midday. This time I stuck to the waterfront but didn't regret it. Bands were playing, people were eating and relaxing, and generally everyone seemed both active and relaxed.
As I continued out of town, I passed countless people sunning and relaxing alongside the river. This literally went on for some 15km and it was nice to see ...
... 8217; game and visited the Christmas Market in Bremen.
A highlight of his stay in Germany is still waiting in the spring. Andreas Mattfeldt has invited him and his family to a three-day trip to Berlin. Of course, there will also be a visit to the Bundestag [Parliament Building] and the Federal Chancellery [Chancelor’s House] on the program. "Maybe here I can take a picture with Angie [Angela Merkel- German Cancelor]," hopes Brandon."
... concrete of the airport floor - only to find everyone staring at me like a complete weirdo.
I caught the flight to Bremen and upon arriving I decided to see if I could get a nice stamp in my passport - with just 2 stamps after visiting 21 different countries it was looking a little bare...and unlike in Espain, the Germans were happy to oblige and provided me with a sexy stamp - despite the confused reaction when the answer to 'Is this you're first ...
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 ...