Adina Apartment Hotel Frankfurt Neue Oper
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... Shopping area and first thing we saw was a Starbucks. So for a bit we're chillin' in a cafe. Last time I was in Deutschland was 2005. It's different to be out of the office AND out of familiar surroundings and culture. I can't say I hate it. Feels ...
... I wonder how they are still standing after such a long time, especially considering they are so buckled after centuries of use. I still like Bensheim, but it's a bit small to live in.
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Heading back to the railway station, I bought a day ticket for the RMV, which is the Rhein-Main-Verkehr, ...
... man for himself. I rush through customs, an urgency which definitely wasn't shared by the staff, where I meet a group of others heading to Johannesburg, also on my flight. Stupidly I'd left my water in my bag but the nice dude emptied it and gave it back, although a little haste would have been nice. And I was off, now I had the positivity of knowing there were many people in the same boat behind me. And, despite how many Tesco Caramel Slice pieces I ate, I could still own ...
... off that we didn't expect. Hessenpark is a village about 30 mins from Frankfurt, in the Taunus mountains. For 40 yrs they have bought old half-timbered houses and buildings from all over Germany, pulled them down, and reconstructed them at Hessenpark. They range in age from 300-150yrs old. We boarded the bus at the airport with 36 others and had an ...
... then shuttled to the terminal. We had a tight connection to start, but security was so backed up that making our flight was a long shot. When we finally made it through, we dashed to our gate, only to find out that it had just left—from a different gate. Lesson learned: Frankfurt Airport largely resembles a Canadian airport, save for its inconvenient lack of flight boards.
So we’re passing the time ...