Atlantic Hotel Airport
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As is almost a tradition, I once again returned to Bremen this winter for a good old catch up with my besties in Germany.
Having only got back from Israel around 2½ weeks earlier, and almost exactly repeating the trip from 2012, I flew out on a Thursday afternoon from Stansted and returned on the Monday night - However this time as I was working, I did a half day in the morning, before driving and parking at the airport, ...
... multicultural shops but at least it allowed us to stretch our legs before the next train to Cologne. Cologne station is right by the cathedral and although it was raining we were able to take photos of the front and side within the 20 minute break between trains. Unexpected change of train at Dortmund due to electrical problem but we only have to go across the platform for the waiting train to take us ...
... each time we really enjoy the dishes…and there are so many options too, it will take us ages to try them all! They have a big main menu and also offer lunch specials each week which is a good way to try a lot of the options at a great price, which also usually includes a salad or soup or small entrée like tempura sweet potato. Also on the same stretch is another old-school type vegan café called Viva Makro, this one is in the image of the ...
So, as you should know by now, last month I briefly went back to Bremen for a weekend....with various excuses ranging from 'I need closure' to 'It's for research - Uni work' to quite simply 'Why not?!' the weekend flew by all too quickly, and made me realise once more why I love the city so much!
So, where to begin? Well I had been working endlessly from the moment I got back to Uni in September until early December, before the final pieces of work ...
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 ...