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Travel Blogs from Bremen
Probably the best ferry crossing ever and a great sleep in a super bed. Pain chocolate and coffee before a quick disembarkation. The drive out of the major city complex was hectic but relatively free flowing. Now, past Utrecht, the traffic has eased and we have covered over two kilometres, almost half way. So a stop in a routier for a coffee and ...
... look around the ship and then headed off to find
Sure enough this city has a lovely preserved square and I took a large
number of photos. The square is traffic free but there is however trams that run
right through the centre of it.
The whole square and surrounding area is full of old and historic buildings
and simply looks great, however there is one big let-down and that is a modern
glass building stuck right in the corner of ...
... up wicker double covered chairs which people hire for the day in the summer were scattered around. All in all a somewhat bleak beach with a long wharf reaching out into the sea at one end.
From here we moved on to Jever a small town renowned for its lager. Here we visited the Schloss (castle) which is a museum with a wide range of pictures & artefacts which had a wonderful. After a quick vist to the local church which housed a ...
... route back to Petersfehn to a different part of the area. We past the nursery of the man whom Heinz-Herman said invented the big bonsai method of shaping trees. These trees, conifers, were everywhere around Bad Zwischenahn and looked spectacular in gardens.
For the evening meal we had raclette - a Swiss method of cooking in pans under a hot element. We each had a small pan in which cheese was ...
... our views were dotted with windmills for electricity generation. There is alot of farmland and at this time of the year the grass was being cut for ensiling. We came back to Petersfehn on the older roads, past a few older thatched houses and barns. In all we were away 8hours. Our evening meal was the Scholl's usual one of bread and yet more processed meat.