- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... highlights of our little tour was when we stopped at one of the stalls that was selling candle light covers of various designs. One in particular had a design of sailing ships and lighthouses to which Johanna's mother exclaimed "Urgh, so typisch Norddeutsch"....having experienced as much of Germany as I had, this internal joke reminiscent of England's North-South divide gave me a warm chuckle.
After enjoying a Glühwein ...
... pumas as well as a few creatures from the Arctic – an Arctic Fox, an Arctic Hare and an Arctic Owl.
Another museum I discovered in Bremerhaven was the Deutsches Auswandererhaus, or the Emigration Museum. When I was there originally, it only dealt with people who had left Germany to go to other countries, however, the main focus of the Museum was America. Five years later, when I brought Nick here to see this Museum, it had expanded and now it ...
Bremen is another beautiful German city. I've put a 360 panorama of Marketplatz plaza on Facebook; it shows the impressive detailed architecture. The city in general felt very alive, with both tourists and locals shopping, eating in outdoor restaurants, relaxing in parks or by the river. After Bremen, I finally bought a handlebar bag, which has proven even more useful than i had expected. Now, I have everything like ...
... for free - however as I was no long studying in Bremen I was quite prepared to pay the €5 entry - but luckily after a mix of blagging, and showing out of date German ID as well as my Hertfordshire ID I managed to get in for free once more. To make my night even better, as I walked in the TV screens were showing a selection of party pictures from weeks gone by - I then noticed on this picture someone I recognised, then as I looked more closely I realised ...
... 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 ...