Hotelschiff Perle

Schlachteanleger 7, Bremen, Bremen, 28195, Germany | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by caylameinert


... the parade. With pockets filled with candy, as the parade ended we followed the crowd toward bratwurst stands and more pubs packed with people in costume. For the rest of the day, we hopped from pub to pub, making our best attempt to sing along with the popular German songs that kept playing. Toward dinner time, we somehow stumbled upon a little carnival with rides and food stands. Of course, we opted in for the bumper cars. Definitely the highlight of my day... By ...

Shenanigans with Nana-gans! :)

A travel blog entry by beckygooch


... a bit early, but we walked around a few stalls and I bought Pirates of the Caribbean in German. We ate ice cream and had drinks in a little cafe, and enjoyed sitting in the sun. Halver was quite small, but a very cute little town with beautiful houses! We didn't have any more plans, so we set the satnav to drive to a spot of blue we found on a map and hoped it was a beautiful lake! On our journey we managed to find the back roads, and had wodnerful views of the ...

Rosenmontag at the Kölner Karneval!

A travel blog entry by beckygooch


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  • There were 74 decorated floats, 67 tractors, 50 Ford baggage trucks.
  • Material used: 4,200 metres of roof battens, 5,000 metres of wire, 6,500 sq.m. of wire mesh, 2,000 sq.m. of fibreboard, 1.5 hundredweight nails and staples, 3,600 kilograms of paint, 10 kilograms of glue, 500 sq.m. of chipboard and plywood, 10 sq.m. of plastic foam.
  • Production costs for the decorated floats and bands: 0.65 million Euro.
  • Total costs: about 2.3 million Euro. ...

  • Day 19: Das einzige wo wir gehen nach Deutschland

    A travel blog entry by linzandthehiv


    ... the airport to our hotel, hoping to take in the sights of the city in a way we just couldn’t do in a cab.

    For a city that’s part of a 2.5 million people metropolitan area, Bremen is surprisingly quiet. We honestly thought the city was in the grips of a zombie apocalypse we didn’t know about because we didn’t read German. (Not really.) But the place was almost a ghost town at 10am and we never saw more than about twenty ...

    Bremen, Germany

    A travel blog entry by david.seldon


    ... icy waters of the lake. Admittedly, they wore wet-suits, as you would, but still looked too cold for us who were sitting there watching, with blankets around us....
    Then we went back ...


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