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A move into Germany, staying at a camp site near a Lake on the East of the City; it was next to the A1 Autobahn and under the flight path to Bremen Airport. As you can guess, not the quietest night we have had so far!
The Navigator even went for a run a round the 3.5Km lake; I walked in the opposite ...
... flight and arriving in Bremen in time to join Elena's preparty before the international day party took place in the city. Having arrived less than half an hour before, at the pre party I was already fondly reminded of how fun the Erasmus experience was, being able to catch up with my good friends, meet new people and all under the influence of some booze.
Waking up on Friday I went along with my German friends to a Sushi ...
... to be fun and exciting but not overwhelming.
After leaving our little apartment we made our way to a bit of a luxury stay right in the town centre at the Radisson Blu. It was awesome being right in the middle of town and just a few steps from everything. We enjoyed a few drinks at the Schuettinger, visited our favourite eats the last time and spent a while wandering around the town square, seeing the Roland, the Town Musicians, Eddie's old ...
... packing and going to the airport to make my final way home.
The trip was fantastic, and it was so nice to see my friends and the beautiful city once more.Thank you so much to Elena, Ingo and Anna, as well as everyone else I met/caught up with again, and I hope to see you all again real soon!
That's it for holidays until April at least, but I have already booked my week to Malta in June - See you soon Daniel and co.!
We woke up this morning after a wonderful nights sleep managing to almost sleep until 8am (a miracle for us) we lay there watching the snow falling still pinching ourselves that we were here.
While M was cooking breakfast we headed out onto the snow to pick up some fresh rolls for breakfast and for our trip. Ron of course could not help himself and I was soon being pelted with snow balls much to the astonishment of the locals heading ...