Breathing in the history of Bremen July 29th 2018 We took a train trip Amsterdam to Bremen with one train change. We suffered the first hour in carriage non-working air conditioning then along came this lovely assistant offering to transfer us to the next carriage - aah the bliss of cool air and random acts of kindness. Our hotel is just across the tram tracks from the railway station. Lovely room (with air conditioning this time). There was a ... read more
Europe » Germany » Bremen » Bremen As Europe's largest economy and most populous nation, Germany remains a key member of the continent's economic, political, and defense organizations. European power struggles immersed Germany in two devastating World Wars in the first half of the 20t... ... read more
We are recently retired baby boomers and one of us is an avid (some might say obsessive) photographer, and the other of us is interested in visiting historical and geographical locations around the world. This blog is a way to record the sights, experiences and personal perspectives of our travels hence the name "thebullseye". Visiting family and friends and exploring new parts of the world are some of the 'planned' aspects of the journey - the rest is still a mystery.
Let the journey of the Travelling Bulls commence. ... full info