Haags Hotel Niedersachsenhof
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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, ...
It became a bit less densely populated and in the mid afternoon I found a nice spot alongside the river for a short swim against the current, followed by a short time of laying in the sun( to dry off and to reduce the ridiculous cycling tan lines!) I had a snack and read a bit before continuing.
The campsite was less expensive than average and also quieter than most, ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...