Sheraton Frankfurt Congress Hotel
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... story later... The day before Christmas Eve was a busy one, as many people were in the city of Frankfurt (including us) to do some last minute shopping. I took this opportunity to check out Frankfurt's Jewish Museum. One thing I found interesting when we parked in one of the city's parking lots was the different types of parking that was available. In the U.S., we have regular and handicap parking at most places, but in Frankfurt, I saw two other types of parking spots, clearly ...
We made it to Frankfurt! Happy New Year to everyone as well!! The flight was a little crazy. Fully booked to the point where once they loaded the luggage they had to recalibrate everything as the load was too heavy! Then we hit some crazy turbulence! Roller coaster feeling in my tummy! I was getting a bit nervous as things were rattling everywhere and a cart even fell over! Definitely glad to be on solid ground. So ...
... German lady who showed us round and made us welcome. We are in a regular suburb in a regular residential apartment block, the apartment is big clean and just perfect for us in Berlin, buses near, underground near. See what happens when you wake at 3 ;) Anyway I will post this, or as the program says publish it and see if I get any other surprises about old and new posts. We explore Berlin in the morning, time for to get some ...
... food is really good—all the meat is cooked as well as you can cook it. I like Spezi, a German soft drink made with cola and orange soda, and this is the first time I ever enjoyed beer.
It was so wonderful to see Mary after many months and to hear about her study abroad experience. She navigated us around Freiburg like a native and handled all our German translating needs like a pro!
... more people would visit dead people. I wonder how much it costs to be buried there.
We then went down to Burg Frankenstein. It is about 30 minutes south of Frankfurt and is supposedly where Mary Shelley was inspired to write Frankenstein. She vacationed in Germany and heard the story of an alchemist who did crazy experiments in the 1600's trying to make the elixir of life, Dipple was ...