Hotel Worpsweder Tor
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel Worpsweder Tor
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Worpsweder Tor
Travel Blogs from Worpswede
... highlights of our little tour was when we stopped at one of the stalls that was selling candle light covers of various designs. One in particular had a design of sailing ships and lighthouses to which Johanna's mother exclaimed "Urgh, so typisch Norddeutsch"....having experienced as much of Germany as I had, this internal joke reminiscent of England's North-South divide gave me a warm chuckle.
After enjoying a Glühwein ...
... Express coach eventually turned up only to be full of Espanish! Bringing back 'fond' memories of my Erasmus experience. At Stansted I bought some small prezzies for my German hosts, as well as a Terry's Chocolate Orange to serve as Dinner/Weird English food pressies for the next few days....realising opening on the plane might mean the chocolate was stuck together and could not be eaten, I decided that it would probably be best to try and 'tap' the orange ...
... arranged a final party, however as the University had set my exam for the next morning I went back to study and sleep. The exam went well I feel, but I will know in due course.
As I was leaving Germany on the Wednesday this was my last real night for a party, and so we had our very last Huckelriede party. On Sunday my mum and sister arrived from Amsterdam, and on what was a lovely day, we spent Monday ...
... a beach scene, and you could see many see creatures like Jellyfish, whilst in Alaska you could see how they use whaling for food. After visiting I can say that it was definitely worth the visit, as it was really well created to immerse yourself in the zones.
Tomorrow we have our farewell party, whilst on Saturday we are having our final Huckelriede Party. But before this I have an exam on Saturday morning, and so my time until then is mostly studying.
... supposed to already be done) finished that night, as she had homework left still to do, setting her priorities elsewhere - it also meant that other people had to then do the work instead. This particularly annoyed me, putting it on the same level of sandwich gate back in November. However the work is now done, and I now have 15 of the 30 credits I require this semester, and after next week I will have another 12!