Travel Blogs from Bremen
... 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 ...
... this department. Strategic Sourcing is the team that Lindsay will be joining in August. It was great for her to get to meet with members of her team and learn about how they operate.
We also met with Micheal Kenneth from the Business Travel Academy. He is responsible for the trainings within the company. He explained to us the different programs that occur within the leadership and development area of ...
... their individual roles in the department. Our final meeting in Bremen was with Michael Kennerth, Training Center Manager in EMEA. Michael has amazing amounts of energy and drew his bio on the board rather than merely saying it. In addition, we were all incredibly impressed that he learned English only two years ago and is already able to communicate at a very high level – ...
... multicultural shops but at least it allowed us to stretch our legs before the next train to Cologne. Cologne station is right by the cathedral and although it was raining we were able to take photos of the front and side within the 20 minute break between trains. Unexpected change of train at Dortmund due to electrical problem but we only have to go across the platform for the waiting train to take us ...
... This building is a total
eyesore and reminds me of Edinburgh's eyesore parliament and should never have
been allowed to be built here.
After a great walk around this area of the city I could not help noticing a
wonderful German coffee shop over in the corner and so it was over to get one of
my beloved Mocha coffees.
Just about everyday in Scotland I start work with one of my favourite
coffees but when travelling abroad I find it ...