Bremen in November, it's not worth the trip. The city on the Weser is gray, forbidding, and different than in summer. If Bremen hadn't been the location of the last official Saab Automobile event in Germany 10 years ago, I wouldn't remember. But as it is, Bremen stands for a turning point and for the end of a story.
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