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Happy in Bremen

All around the world pop up new editions of Pharell Williams‘ „Happy“. See here the Bremen edition, credits go to our local newspaper Weser Kurier. Thanks a lot. I love my town and this video! [google-map-v3 shortcodeid=“386e7823″ width=“500″ height=“250″ zoom=“12″ maptype=“OSM“ mapalign=“center“ directionhint=“false“ language=“default“ poweredby=“false“ maptypecontrol=“true“ pancontrol=“true“ zoomcontrol=“true“ scalecontrol=“true“ streetviewcontrol=“true“ scrollwheelcontrol=“false“ draggable=“true“ tiltfourtyfive=“false“ enablegeolocationmarker=“false“ enablemarkerclustering=“false“ addmarkermashup=“false“ addmarkermashupbubble=“false“ addmarkerlist=“53.076395, 8.801860{}cinema.png{}Bremen, Germany“ bubbleautopan=“true“ distanceunits=“km“ showbike=“false“ showtraffic=“false“ showpanoramio=“false“]

Amsterdam Light Festival

Colourful Art: The Amsterdam Light Festival

Oh, I love Amsterdam with its small canals, lovely house boats and laid back atmosphere. The city is all year long worth a visit. Consider visiting in December or January if you fancy something special. The Amsterdam Light Festival illuminates the city in a beautiful and unique way. The Amsterdam Light Festival is a young festival. In winter 2013/14 it only had its second edition. But still then, more than half a million people came to watch the fantastic illuminations. One highlight is definitely the water color boat tour. In an one hour cruise you see 17 of the 32 installations. Of course, you can also watch the art works from bridges or streets along the canals but from the boat you have a better view and going around is much easier. But well, you might have to wait quite long to catch a boat. Boats are leaving every 30 minutes near the central station between 5pm and 11pm. Don’t forget to bring warm clothes to Amsterdam since it can get quite cold while you’re …

Reichstag in Berlin

Berlin citybreak

Come to Berlin! Not only it’s the capital of Germany, it is one of the most buzzing cities of Europe. Most of the time, I’m going to Berlin for a special event, like republica – Germany’s biggest conference on web topics. But now and then, I like to be a tourist and explore the city. Here a my special tips for a citybreak in Berlin:

Colors of China

„Capture the Color“ is the motto of a photo competition hosted by travelsupermarket.com. For the competition you have to find five perfect pictures representing each a certain color. Well, I traveled a lot and have thousands of pictures to show you. As my entry for the competition, I decided to show you the „Colors of China“:

My Top 10 for a visit in Bremen

Next sunday, 24 March, Kash (@budgettraveller) will come to visit Bremen for three days. He is currently travelling across Germany to discover the must-see places for young travellers. I would like to help him by advice places to visit in Bremen. I hope you can add some more places to visit and things to do in the comment section. But now, let’s start:

Pictures: Winter in Bremen

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