Hotel Hanseat

Bahnhofsplatz 8, Bremen, Bremen, 28195, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Bahnhofsplatz 8, Bremen.
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    Travel Blogs from Bremen

    A good end to a long day

    A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... chap with the Ducati tells me his old machine is extremely uneconomic
    and will only do about 100 miles p/tank and so he has to stop every 90 miles or
    While heading down this m/way i could not help noticing just how many bikes
    were travelling north in the opposite direction. They were coming in groups and
    by the dozen and I must have passed thousands of them.
    As I get closer to Hamburg the traffic is becoming a nightmare and is

    Day 1: We made it to... Drumroll... Bremen!

    A travel blog entry by maggie360 on Aug 17, 2013

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    ... Maggie was purring, the. Autopilot was working, the vacuum pump was reading normal, out iPads and other toys were performing as advertised. All in all, no problems. We landed right at night after an Airbus in Bremen and there were even fireworks when we were parking ;-) Flight specifics for those interested: 2 hours VFR, altitude 6500 and then 4500. Beers at the airport Holiday Inn toppingoff a crazy cool ...

    Berlin Weekend

    A travel blog entry by robchurch on Jul 26, 2013

    14 photos

    ... leaked the controversial program. Thousands of people were in attendance, holding signs such as “Free Snowden,” “The NSA is Watching!,” “1984,” and a pictures of Obama with “Liar” underneath it. As an American against the NSA’s program, I was very interested in the rally, yet nervous that despite this, the protestors might not have been so pleased with our presence. The rally finished at the American Embassy ...


    A travel blog entry by levi.w.francis on Jun 06, 2013

    ... frequently however, this is where prisoners’ become human test objects to German doctors. They were given diseases to see if they could be treated (most of the time not), had operations performed on them while fully conscience, and had parts of their bodies cut off for study.

    The tour of Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp was very difficult in some respects. Imagining what prisoners went through, trying to understand Nazi rationale behind their actions, feeling sorrow ...

    Battle of Berlin

    A travel blog entry by blink0 on Jan 17, 2013

    ... anyone standing outside is subjected to - after all, there is no smoke without fire. Sometimes, a clatter resonates, perhaps indicating a fortified position where a bigger fire concentration in needed. The multi-coloured flares terrorize those who see them, they are certainly coded messages among different enemy fronts, adjusting their plans with each other. You could cut the tension with a knife, everyone is waiting for the final ...