Travel Blogs from Bremen
... br> behind it and some areas have been well preserved.
Knowing this it was now off once again on my bike and into town to see what
this city was made of. after going round in circles a few times I finally parked
up in some bicycle stands and went for a walk.
First thing I found was a wonderful old sailing ship preserved on the river
and now serving as a restaurant. Within seconds I knew where I was having my
I walked along the ...
... Gate is to the south.
In 1999, the museum complex was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. Northern half of an island in the Spree river in the central Mitte district. Museum island has 5 internationally significant ...
... ropes were produced there, but nowadays you can find there a museum and many small shops, or restaurants in the old houses. It's definetly a place to see in Bremen. We walked along the Schnoor street and spent a lot of time in the shops to see all the things they have and bought some souvenirs.Then we went on to Cuxhaven, to see the Ocean.
... seemed to have a different view on what a good time should consist of. We ended up having 1 beer in a what seemed as being nearly abandoned Irish pub. Wild times in the non-maritimes, tell you what! Still, it was nice to have a last night together, as Jonathan, Deirdre and Alanna were all going back to France the next day.
Alyssa and I got ready to continue on our journey, which, so far, couldn't be better.
... our first few days. People in the west really live like kings. Wir sprechen ein bisschen Deutsch aber nicht viel. Our friends that we met here say our pronounciation is good, thank you Marcia!! We can definitely read a lot of signs and menus. In addition we can speak enough to order food and navigate the train systems fairly well. Its like we are super tourists! Definitely not natives yet, though. Learning German is frankly intimidating, there is so much ...