Ramada Uberseehotel Bremen
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- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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Slept so well last night! It was finally dark and quiet enough to get a good nights sleep. We booked our tickets to Amsterdam tomorrow online so that was super convenient. We leave on a 3.5 hour bus tomorrow at 10am. We got showered and dressed and left the hotel just in time to make brunch at Kaffe Mühle. It's the giant windmill in the middle of the park. It had a breakfast buffet for €12 and we ate in the outside courtyard. ...
... beers from Germany. People were just drinking beer, eating food and enjoying the good weather. (Btw it was 70ish and sunny the whole day!). After a few beers we go back to the hotel for a quick nap break. After our nap we went back to the river bank and hit up some places for a few drinks. Think we're gonna have an early start tomorrow before the tourists come out then maybe rent a boat in a park and have a picnic. Gute ...
A move into Germany, staying at a camp site near a Lake on the East of the City; it was next to the A1 Autobahn and under the flight path to Bremen Airport. As you can guess, not the quietest night we have had so far!
The Navigator even went for a run a round the 3.5Km lake; I walked in the opposite ...
... amp; Businessman" we then recoordinated our outfits a little more and headed for the club. Having waited two years I was finally returning to my favourite nightclub, where not only do Students get free entry, but for the first hour of entry (11-12), Mojitos are given out for free.
Still holding on to my UH ID, I attempted to gain entry as a student, and was successful! Next stop: the free Mojitos.
Grabbing three ...
... were, sitting next to people old enough to have lived through the war but from the other side of the line, if not old enough to have actually fought in it themselves. There may have been former Nazis or Nazi sympathizers in the Starbucks, shopping in the Marktplatz and the Schnoor, or praying in the churches. There's a gilded plaque called "Die Lichtbringer" at the entrance to the Böttcherstraße which ardently pleads for "victory of our Führer over the powers ...