Atlantic Hotel Galopprennbahn
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... highlights of our little tour was when we stopped at one of the stalls that was selling candle light covers of various designs. One in particular had a design of sailing ships and lighthouses to which Johanna's mother exclaimed "Urgh, so typisch Norddeutsch"....having experienced as much of Germany as I had, this internal joke reminiscent of England's North-South divide gave me a warm chuckle.
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... We arrive in Bremen a few minutes late at 19.30 a short walk to the Maritim Hotel in time for the second half of Brazil v Chile. Disappointingly the first room we were allocated was a smoking room which fortunately we were able to change to one with a view out over the park. A quick freshen up before going down to the bar for the extra time plus penalties which Brazil win. It makes us late for ...
... vegan café with whole grains and home cooking and it is macrobiotic. The owner seems very nice and it is like having a home cooked meal there, although it is a little more expensive than other places.
So, arriving in Bremen has given us some fantastic eating out experiences, and we haven’t even tried them all yet!!! Eddie was happy to enjoy some of the local beer – Becks (and their local only Haake Beck) and it was great to be back ...
... Germany?' was 'No. Actually I lived here for a year'.
Meeting me at the airport was one of my German friends, Elena, who had been so kind to let me stay at her place for the weekend. After collecting me, I was driven to the Hochschule where as luck would have it, the Erasmus Christmas Party was taking place that very evening - and so I got to have some free Beer and catch up with a few familiar faces. Afterwards we went back to Anna's place whilst ...
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 ...