Hotel Worpsweder Tor
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... tiny appliances. Surely a hobbit lived here in the past. The refrigerator is so tiny and so is the single oven. The microwave might hold a full size dinner plate at best. The table seats two chairs and a high chair for Liam. Kate usually grocery shops once per week due to refrigerated space and shelves for dry goods. From the kitchen you can walk out to a deck, which is very relaxing. The deck fence is covered in purple grapes with a very invasive grape bush. They have a medium ...
Washing day yeah! Today's highlight is to get our washing done so that we have clean clothes for the Africa trip. It's been nearly three weeks away so even with hand washing it is time to come clean. We have driven to Bremen and have found a laundromat within 300 m. That is the only good thing about the hotel. It is a Wyndham hotel and that is why we picked it. Will have to talk to Drew when we get home. Tonight we will go into Bremen for ...
... Bernadette and Pauline, and sampled some very cool Belgian beers ( I tried a few new gluten free ones) We had a wonderful dinner which worked out perfectly except for our plan of buying an extra pizza to go, so that we'd have breakfast pizza failed miserably when we stored it on the porch in the rain and ants got into it. We then had a very difficult parting in the airport, it was extremely tough ...
... later in the afternoon to Wiebke. Before that, we had a fun train ride to Bremen and a very short drive to the BCD office. That ride was the only chance we had to see Bremen out of the car window apart from the one in the airplane.
We had two meetings today, the first one with Raymond Mermans, part of the strategic sourcing team in EMEA and Michael Kennerth, Training Center Manager in EMEA.
Normally, I ...
Today was our final day of meetings. I could not believe how quickly the past 6 weeks of meetings had gone. We started this morning in Hamburg, had a final breakfast with Robina, then checked out of the hotel and took the train to Bremen.
When we arrived to the BCD office in Bremen we met with some members of the Strategic Sourcing team. We spoke with Raymond Moermans and his team about all of the ...