Hotel Restaurant Zum Werdersee
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... Ihr habt neben der Zeit in der
Familie relativ viel Freizeit, die ihr gut nutzen könnt. Neben dem
Sprachkurs habe ich Sportkurse gemacht, Salsa gelernt und mich mit
spanischen Leuten getroffen. Auch über ein Tandem (ein Spanier, der
Deutsch lernen will) kann man schnell Einheimische kennenlernen und das
würde ich sehr empfehlen – dadurch verbessern sich eure
... laden with the apple pulp from under the funnel to the press. Once under the press the lady flips the switch and the press… well, it begins pressing. I am not sure what the pressure is, but I can tell you it in immense. Once all of the moisture is extracted, the press is turned off, and the resulting juice flows into a large basin under the rotating platform. From here it is pumped into one of two large holding tanks above the bottling ...
When my host family asked me if I would like to go into Bremen I responded, 'Well of course!' We planned to go on Wednesday, but not just any Wednesday; the Tag der Deutsches Einhet (or German Unification Day). The reason was because this was a free day, no school and no work. We made our way through the countryside to Bremen via one of my favorite German institutions; The Autobahn. Even though it is almost completely like ...
Hello everyone. Just wanted to let you know that, yes, I am still alive. I am living in a village called Baden in the city of Achim. I am in Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony), and just 25 minutes from Bremen. I am told that is is possible to make the journey by bike, although ...
We all enjoyed a sleep in. As it was raining we decided to ride the bikes into the city centre for some final sightseeing and shopping.
First we had a shopping expedition in Karlstaadt Sports. After a few hours and 4 pairs of shoes and 2 shirts we got away on our walking trip.
A visit to the Schnoor, the oldest part of the city. Small half timbered houses and narrow cobbled streets was a fitting end to our ...