Balladins Superior Hotel Bremen
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A move into Germany, staying at a camp site near a Lake on the East of the City; it was next to the A1 Autobahn and under the flight path to Bremen Airport. As you can guess, not the quietest night we have had so far!
The Navigator even went for a run a round the 3.5Km lake; I walked in the opposite ...
... amp; Businessman" we then recoordinated our outfits a little more and headed for the club. Having waited two years I was finally returning to my favourite nightclub, where not only do Students get free entry, but for the first hour of entry (11-12), Mojitos are given out for free.
Still holding on to my UH ID, I attempted to gain entry as a student, and was successful! Next stop: the free Mojitos.
Grabbing three ...
... making our way back to Elena's house for some drinking and chatting whilst watching the Final of Germany's-Got-No-Talent-Either. Sunday was also very much like Saturday, including Glühwein again, but the evening consisted of me and Ingo going to the cinema to watch The Hobbit, where I also got the opportunity to turn into my dad by telling awful jokes.
My final day in the city was Monday, where I went into the city to do some final Christmas ...
... to which I responded "No".
On the Friday evening we had our Erasmus farewell party. The exchange students were all treated to some speeches and music before a buffet, with pictures of our Erasmus time we shown on the big screen. We were given our certificates of participation as well as given a prize. I had won a cup, but as I already had one, I swapped mine for a T-shirt. After the party the local ...
Being an Erasmus student not only means living in a foreign country, but also meeting people from a huge range of different countries, and this week was no exception. This weekend we had two midsummer celebrations.
Firstly was Swedish Midsummer on Friday, where we had a barbecue, dressed with pale colours, flowers were everywhere, and we played stupid games. Whilst on Saturday was Spanish Midsummer, and so ...