Hotel zum Kuhhirten
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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As is almost a tradition, I once again returned to Bremen this winter for a good old catch up with my besties in Germany.
Having only got back from Israel around 2½ weeks earlier, and almost exactly repeating the trip from 2012, I flew out on a Thursday afternoon from Stansted and returned on the Monday night - However this time as I was working, I did a half day in the morning, before driving and parking at the airport, ...
... pan out that way in reality. We did catch the noon glockenspiel show in the Böttcherstraße, which was lovely, and we walked the Schnoor stopping for coffee and apple strudel at a little cafe we found nestled amongst the narrow streets.
One thing I found very interesting was how much the war is imprinted on the streets. The oldest ...
... scene looked like for a Friday night. Well actually at this point it was 1:30am Saturday morning but clubs don't have a last call or even close so the night was still young. We went to La Viva night club, good scene, music and drinks. This is where we spent the next several hours dancing and enjoying champagne, vodka and beer. One thing I have to say is alcohol here is so common no matter what time of the day or where you go ...
So, as you should know by now, last month I briefly went back to Bremen for a weekend....with various excuses ranging from 'I need closure' to 'It's for research - Uni work' to quite simply 'Why not?!' the weekend flew by all too quickly, and made me realise once more why I love the city so much!
So, where to begin? Well I had been working endlessly from the moment I got back to Uni in September until early December, before the final pieces of work ...
... to which I responded "No".
On the Friday evening we had our Erasmus farewell party. The exchange students were all treated to some speeches and music before a buffet, with pictures of our Erasmus time we shown on the big screen. We were given our certificates of participation as well as given a prize. I had won a cup, but as I already had one, I swapped mine for a T-shirt. After the party the local ...