Radisson Blu Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Banquet room
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Hotel Bremen
This hotel (now called the Radisson Blu) is located within walking distance of 90% of what we wanted to see here in Bremen--the Marktplatz and the Schnoor are a few minutes walk down the streets; the Böttcherstraße is right behind the hotel. THe building is undergoing some extensive renovations at the moment; I'd like to come back when it's all done and see what they're going to do! Very attentive staff. Good food. But the location is what won it for me!
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Travel Blogs from Bremen
... several hours in the freezing temperatures, we were eventually rejoined by Johanna and I left to go back to Elena's and get ready for the night - for this was Friday, and therefore the free Mojitos in La Viva were waiting for me!
Getting ready me and Elena clearly didn't read the script, as I went for the professional businessman look, with tieclip in hand, whilst she was there with a big fluffy jacket and rebel hat. ...
... to find such creamy
coffee. During this whole trip to the far North of Norway and return I only
found one good coffee shop who made a good creamy coffee. Most of the time in
Norway it was simply black coffee.
I sat down at one of the outside tables and ordered my Mocha and sure
enough when it arrived it was one great tasting Mocha. Certainly the best coffee
I have had in weeks.
Coffee drunk I wandered off down the streets of this ...
... the parking lot – bit stressful, but luckily we didn’t run into any packed carriages and the local Police seemed to just dismiss us as useless tourists.
We wandered towards the tourist centre and collected a map of the local attractions. Bremen is not only home to the musicians statue, but also a medieval ally, complete with sweets shops, local artisans galleries and small museums as well as a portside town with lanes ...
... rusty German again. I then walked through much of the Überseestadt, before making my way to the Waterfront shopping centre, where shopping for CDs unavailable at home became my next priority. I then took the tram back to the city centre, on which I bumped into Manon, a French Erasmus student who was also revisiting the city that weekend. Back in the city centre the lovely Christmas Markets were on, which is such a lovely atmosphere, and after taking a ...
When my host family asked me if I would like to go into Bremen I responded, 'Well of course!' We planned to go on Wednesday, but not just any Wednesday; the Tag der Deutsches Einhet (or German Unification Day). The reason was because this was a free day, no school and no work. We made our way through the countryside to Bremen via one of my favorite German institutions; The Autobahn. Even though it is almost completely like ...