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Today I spent the day in Frankfurt. It was Carnival so there was lots going on downtown and there was a parade. I walked around, watched the parade and had a nice German lunch. Nancy, you will be happy to know I was wearing a full face of makeup and bright red lipstick and I got asked on a date but I politely declined. Now I am on the train headed to Berlin. So far it's quite nice. We are passing through all kinds of cute little towns and farming villages. ...
... I have ever travelled with this and that is saying something. Since the Us has a lot of really ****** airlines. After 16 hours I finally arrived in Frankfurt. I am happy to be here and enjoying a nice dinner. Tomorrow I'm going to hang out in Frankfurt then I am taking the train to Berlin tomorrow ...
... and products and any other
small clothing accessories and knick knacks. The booth roofs were
beautifully decorated with Christmas themes and lights, which twinkled
in the lunchtime gloom.
Lunch consisted of a crepe – waffle combo
with marmalade for me, except if was strawberry jam, while Jude had a
nutella and banana filled one.
We took another autobahn and more
rolling interesting countryside to Stuttgart for larger markets with ...
... I'd managed a laugh. A laugh at myself and what a failure it had been. But later in the day I got more disappointed about it, not quite able to figure out how such a sure thing had failed so badly. Worse still, the journey back to the city centre had even gone wrong itself: the train was cancelled and the replacement bus dropped me in some strange town far from the train station and a ride back to Frankfurt. The whole day was an unmitigated disaster.
I had been ...
... and steamed vegetables including asparagus, fruit, a coconut and lychee gel and roll. Then, we were descending and arriving in Frankfurt! Getting through customs was pretty breezy through the EU passport line (with Eddie’s EU passport and me just being able to tag along!) We took the sky train to the main terminal and got on an S bahn to the Hauptbahnhof. Our hotel, the Ibis Centrum is not too far from the Hbf so we walked there and were lucky enough to be able to ...