Hey everyone! Just wanted to give an update on my adventures in Bremen. The winter semester is finally over, just in time for a whole new bundle of opportunities. All of my tests went really well (1.1, 1.4, and a 1.6), and I am still waiting for grades on the three reports. Our interdisciplinary design […]Read more "Fast Times at Hochschule Bremen"
Yes, readers, I haven’t posted in 3 months. School got really busy, and then my family came over for a visit. I’ll give you a summary of what I’ve done, and then answer any questions in the comments. At the end of October I had the chance to attend a Werder Bremen game. Werder Bremen […]Read more "Catch Up!"
For such a small city, there is always quite a bit going on here in Bremen. I went with some friends to Hamburg to celebrate my 21st birthday, and the past two weeks the Freimarkt has been in Bremen. The Freimarkt is a celebration of the city’s Hanseatic history. This year was the 980th Freimarkt […]Read more "Freimarkt in Bremen!"
I’ve been in Bremen for about three weeks now. The city is beautiful, with a picturesque old center and so many parks all over the place. I can walk from my house to the city center in the middle of a park or along the Weser (the main river in Bremen). It’s a little bit […]Read more "Goodbye Berlin, Hello Bremen"
Quick post with some pictures. The Sunday after Dresden, I got to visit the dome over the Reichstag (German Parliament Building). There is an audio tour that explains the sights, the history of the building, and the German Parliamentary System. If you’re ever in Berlin, do this! It’s free, and the registration is here: http://www.bundestag.de/besuche/kuppel-dachterrasseunddachgartenrestaurantRead more "Reichstagskuppel"
Sorry for the lack of posts! On Saturday September 19th I spent the day in Dresden, on the 20th I visited the Reichstagskuppel, and after that it has been a crazy time of studying for my test, packing for the move to Bremen, and saying goodbye to all my friends in Berlin. But Dresden! Dresden […]Read more "Dresden"
On Sunday September 6th a group of berliner ID students took a trip to Potsdam. Potsdam is the capital of the German state Brandenburg, and is a 40 minute train ride southwest of Berlin. The city is home to many rich people and many old palaces, as Potsdam was the primary residence of the Hohenzollern […]Read more "Potsdam"