Motel 24h Bremen
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... home after a delay and eventually got to bed at 12:30, before going back to work the following morning. Like. A. Pro.
Seeing Bremen once more had reminded me so much of why I loved the city so much. The city itself is beautiful, and is just the right size to explore by foot without getting too bored. It also has a lot of student life, with a mix of foreign students that bring about so much interest and fun.
I miss Erasmus!
... a stand. No ways am i waiting for all this to clear and so its of
through between the miles and miles of creeping cars.
Here in Germany the drivers are generally very good at letting bikes filter
between the cars and most will move over and let you through, of course there is
always the jealous one who will try and block you also.
After mile upon mile of traffic it finally clears and the road towards
Bremen is flowing fast once again. ...
... ropes were produced there, but nowadays you can find there a museum and many small shops, or restaurants in the old houses. It's definetly a place to see in Bremen. We walked along the Schnoor street and spent a lot of time in the shops to see all the things they have and bought some souvenirs.Then we went on to Cuxhaven, to see the Ocean.
... 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 ...
At the start of the week I had gone to do the last tedious tasks necessary, which meant waiting for 2 hours to tell the Germans I was leaving their country (only Germans seem to wait for hours and hours to tell their government every little bit of information about their lifes) - however as I was not going straight home it got very confusing as the lady wanted to know if I was registering in Brussels when I ...