Village Hotel am Weyerberg
Travel Blogs from Worpswede
Probably the best ferry crossing ever and a great sleep in a super bed. Pain chocolate and coffee before a quick disembarkation. The drive out of the major city complex was hectic but relatively free flowing. Now, past Utrecht, the traffic has eased and we have covered over two kilometres, almost half way. So a stop in a routier for a coffee and ...
... did not last for long and just
before Bremen it was at a total stand once again.
I had now ridden over 354 miles and as i was on the outskirts of Bremen I
simply thought I would call it a day. I really could not be bothered sitting in
anymore traffic again.
Into the satnav and its time to find somewhere to stay. Its only 14h30 so
should not be a problem.
The closest place was a motel but after looking at it I did not really like
... about 15 minutes from the centre & we were very happy to reach it & meet Peter, her partner. Her 3 year old house is set in a lovely garden & after a light meal we were glad to get to bed.
Thursday 29th May
Today is Ascension Day, a public holiday & is "Father’s Day" which, in Germany, means the men get together for a drink at the pub, minus their families, so there are still things that they can teach ...
Anders drove us half way where Jens collected us for the drive to his apartment. He lives in a university town that is very vibrant and plenty of young people everywhere. He has a sun filled apartment where he spent more time searching for accommodation. He got us a room in a family home yay! Only $110 a night. He booked the bus for 5pm then it was off to the city for a look. He helped Don get a mobile phone plan, guided us to ...
... be no parking places so we parked in the grounds of their sailing club. We set off on a long walk past the lake to the restaurant. Spieker is a quaint traditional restaurant which is entered through a low door. Our table was upstairs where the ceiling is low. It is popular and all the tables were taken. Shirley ordered salmon. I went for the Aale - smoked eel eaten the traditional way. A plate of eels ...