Hotel Buthman im Zentrum
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... sat drinking my free drinks before the inevitable dancing began. Whilst I had clearly matured since my Erasmus experience three years ago, there's still enough party animal in me to enjoy the night - as the dodgy nightclub photos showed.
The following day was a lazier day, with Ingo coming around to eat dinner with us before watching a film. The guys then had to go off for their class meeting at the ÖVB Arena in the city ...
... students and live here long term simply treat it like their
home and have no respect for anything or anyone. In and out every 5 minutes for a smoke and every time they simply let the
door slam and the whole building shakes. Its now well after midnight and these
ignorant smokers are still in and out every 15 minutes or so and still slamming
the door and keeping everyone awake!!!! I think they have a competition going to see who can slam it the ...
... to find a Becks bar, Bremens other industry of note being the Becks beer brewery. Finding the Becks tour was also all in German (they have 'special’ days for the English visitors, but that option really didn’t sound welcoming) we settled for just having a local brew in a local bar with lunch.
Desperate to find some Internet and buy a few more campers bits and bobs (locks, smoke alarm, outdoor chairs and hopefully a ...
... for free - however as I was no long studying in Bremen I was quite prepared to pay the €5 entry - but luckily after a mix of blagging, and showing out of date German ID as well as my Hertfordshire ID I managed to get in for free once more. To make my night even better, as I walked in the TV screens were showing a selection of party pictures from weeks gone by - I then noticed on this picture someone I recognised, then as I looked more closely I realised ...
... day for reading a book or perhaps taking a nap. Nevertheless, our day in the city would be a rainy one. We were going on a guided tour of the old part of town. Once we were at the meeting place at the town square, we found our guide and began.
Our tour was in German, so I got about half of it; but I still learned a lot andd saw some beautiful sights! Afterwards we had coffee and cake (very typical German). It was a swell ...