Advena Europa Hotel Mainz
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... cool forest that Simon's parents showed me with plenty of hills. I ran about 10 kilometers in what seemed like paradise. It felt so great to run again, something I used to do 2-3 times a week while in Spain, and I know it will often be too cold to do while in New York.
My final dinner in Germany was a Turkish kebab. Originally I thought kebab's were meat on a stick, but this kebab was served similar to a gyro. It had juicy lamb and a super sweet yogurt sauce to go along with ...
... and has some sort of Turkish phone company who offer it, but hey 29 euros for the month ! I will no doubt find out why later :) The trip to Berlin was about 5 hours through a white winter wonderland, Germany looks so pretty in the snow, as we got nearer to Berlin the snow got thicker. Held up and running late into Berlin we had arranged with the owner of an apartment to call or text if running late as she would meet us to give ...
After breakfast, passed through Zurich to Schaffhausen where the Rhine River thunders over the Rhine Falls with an awe-inspiring roar. Cascades about 75 metres. Drove into Germany and deep into the Black Forest, where cuckoo clocks are made by hand. Demonstration about the clocks, their workings and assembly. They are made by farmers during the winter then in spring, the parts are assembled, then they ...
... a few blocks away from our hotel. The food here was really good, and it was fun
to eat something very different from the big German food lunch we were provided
with. We ended up being the last people
in the bottom level of the restaurant because we weren't thinking about the
fact that the waitress will not come to your table unless you flag her
down. That is definitely one very
interesting difference between the US and here. ...
... there weren't as many tourists as I was expecting.
Our next stop that we wanted to see (courtesy of Tripadvisor) were the Roman ruins that were supposedly hidden below a shopping mall. Of course we didn't really think much of it, but after trying to find it for over 20 minutes, we finally went into the mall and one of the shopping windows was actually the entrance to the Roman ruins. They were ...