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Was taking photos on the streets near the Christmas Markets when I was approached by another photographer, asking me whether I am using the X-E1. We chatted for sometime and turns out he's a pro with a history of M6s and was carrying 2 XPro1s with different lenses. He gave me some tips on where best to shoot the night markets. Lucky, really, as It turned out where I was was t the main Xmas markets at all. The night would have been very different I didn't have my X-E1 with ...
... Also, I had my first currywurst in FIVE (5) years!! that was so exciting.
I walked aimlessly getting a feel of the city and stumbled upon the city center.
There were several really good looking delicatessen, that had open windows selling different forms of sausages. I was in heaven.
Oh I also found an Apple Store - they are every where and made me feel safe in a foreign city.
There's something wrong about that.
Yet so right.
Thats right, a dead body right in front of where I needed to go - the Five Elements Hostel in Frankfurt, at 730am after a 12 hour flight.
How is that for a "Welcome to Frankfurt" moment.
That by itself doesn't bother me, what shocked me was the amount of police cars around... it seemed the police was a bit shocked too; ...
... br> Schloss Aurbach was built as a stronghold for securing the possessions of the Southern Katzenelnbogen dynasty, including the duties (tolls) collected from travelers using the well-known North-South trading route along the Roman 'mountain road' (Bergstrasse in German). The first mention of the town of Aurbach was in 784 A.D. Experts think that construction of the current castle began around 1222 by order of earl Diether IV von ...
... fly to Frankfurt, we decided to leave early and check out the Pegasus Bridge on our way.
It turned out to be worth the extra stop. The bikers said the story of Pegasus was famous in the UK but not as well known elsewhere, and in our case they were right. But what a story...181 British soldiers on six gliders pulling off a complete surprise attack the night before D-day to take the bridge and cut off German ...