Airport Hotel by The New Yorker
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... visiting friend. I felt truly loved and appreciated those last days of my amazing Bali time! So I arrived safely and on time in Frankfurt at 6:30 am, my bag was in sight the moment I exited the plane and Robert, whom I met in New Zealand stood ready to pick me up with a box full of great stuff! We watched the sun come up from the Main river in the city, talked and talked and then he dropped me off at mum's old friend's house ...
... once out of the display cabinet he was advised that will be 3200.00 euros needless to say that is one piece of luggage we won't have to worry about! Back on the bus to Cologne where we had lunch then off for a quick walk around the town. Our event this evening was medieval dinner at Schloss Burg Castle which is over 1000 years old. After a guided ...
... served with mashed potatoes. One of the other women had German potato salad that was so much better than I remembered. I had hoped that they were serving potato pancakes, like my Grandpap Erb used to make, but...not on the menu. Ric ordered schnitzel, which he liked and his potatoes were pan-fried, like my mom makes sometimes. Those were good!
We said good-bye to the other passengers and started to walk around the city. I was just as I had pictured it, with ...
We are staying in Amsterdam tonight at the Hampshire Hotel. Our train went via Cologne and we were able to go out from the station and see the massive Cologne Cathedral. It's right on a massive square directly outside the train station. Handy! As soon as we crossed into The Netherlands we saw bikes, bikes and more bikes! Everyone young and old rides everywhere here. In Amsterdam today we saw hundreds of bikes lined up against ...
... br> We started at Konig Salee - described as Dusseldorf's equivalent to New York's 5th Avenue - but Eric wouldn't buy me anything (I found something I love at Tiffany's). So we found some other stores in our budget.
The old town was bustling with people dining on the pavement and drinking the local beer (alt beer). My colleague Michael insisted I try it when we met ...