Hermes Hotel Oldenburg
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Oldenburg
... later in the afternoon to Wiebke. Before that, we had a fun train ride to Bremen and a very short drive to the BCD office. That ride was the only chance we had to see Bremen out of the car window apart from the one in the airplane.
We had two meetings today, the first one with Raymond Mermans, part of the strategic sourcing team in EMEA and Michael Kennerth, Training Center Manager in EMEA.
Normally, I ...
... I was really interested to learn more about the challenge program, which is a leadership development program for BCD employees. After our meeting, he gave us a tour of the office and introduced us to some of BCD's employees.
After our meetings, we spent spent our evening flying. We flew to Frankfurt, Germany, then to Milan, Italy. We then took a bus to reach our final destination - Lugano, Switzerland!
... their individual roles in the department. Our final meeting in Bremen was with Michael Kennerth, Training Center Manager in EMEA. Michael has amazing amounts of energy and drew his bio on the board rather than merely saying it. In addition, we were all incredibly impressed that he learned English only two years ago and is already able to communicate at a very high level – ...
... we soon catch up! It's raining but we decide to walk into town, the market place is deserted but attractively lit, the river not so. There appears to be one street full of bars which we head for to watch the end of Columbia v Uruguay, which the former win. The cheeky waitress thinks she can get away with not giving change but that wasn't the case! A 15 minute walk back to the hotel for a good night's ...
... brought for Heinz-Herman, Carsten and I to choose from. There is a price tag in the mouth for each eel. The whole meal is eaten with your hands - from skinning to eating the flesh from the bone. It is a very oily process
At the end of the meal the waiter poured alcohol into my hands for me to wash them. Then the schnapps were produced to be drunk from a pewter spoon with traditional greetings ...