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For those of you just joining our regularly scheduled programming, let me fill you in on the prologue to our day (which I shared with my Facebook network this morning, early, as we were heading out for the airport.) Our cat, Neko, has been quite sick back home, and as a result she became dehydrated enough to require an overnight vet stay and a …
... and of course cooling the wine and beer in the fridge. In fact temperatures were well into the high 20 centigrade with no wind, a welcome experience. A few walks along the river and eventually into town where we enjoyed another excellent pizza cooked in a wood fired oven - a place that Aidan introduced us to when we visited him in January ...
... my ear plugs will do the job and silence it a bit but for sure I
will be complaining to the reception tomorrow about this noise!!
Tomorrow's plan is to head for Amsterdam where I catch the overnight ferry
back to Newcastle. Rather than race along the main m/way I plan to head round
the top lip of Holland and ride down the coast road to the ferry port of
As for my wee Honda, she is going as good as ever. After riding for ...
... tomb set in an encompassing elaborately carved timber housing, we moved on to Dangarst with another small beach on a very brown sea water lapping the shore. Here we had lunch in a very crowded restaurant. This was memorable as we each had dishes based on uncooked, soused herring fillets. I had them with green beans & fried potatoes & Jane had hers immersed in diced apples in a sauce of yoghurt & cream. This we followed up with a rhubarb tart, ...
... and then a filling chosen from potatoes, egg, tomato, onion, mushroom, meats and topped of with cheese. While all this grilled we chatted according to the style. Each per person has two pans so a second dish can be prepared while the first is cooking. Carsten left for his flat about 9pm. He was in no hurry to leave and the raclette was his choice for eating. He is quite grown up making his way in the world.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHilton Bremen
This hotel (now called the Radisson Blu) is located within walking distance of 90% of what we wanted to see here in Bremen--the Marktplatz and the Schnoor are a few minutes walk down the streets; the Böttcherstraße is right behind the hotel. THe building is undergoing some extensive renovations at the moment; I'd like to come back when it's all done and see what they're going to do! Very attentive staff. Good food. But the location is what won it for me!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.