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... south Tehran is poor... And more. All in a 20 minutes and well worth the fare.
The rental car has sat nav, thank goodnes. However, we are now on pretty familiar turf. We headed off to Bad Homburg for lunch at our favourite potato restaurant. Now we are in Usingen at one of our favourite little hotels, the Kaminstube and are meeting our friends, Adelheid and Joachim for supper.
... all around the area. David and I took many pictures. In some areas they had photographs of the destruction that took place in WWII. The photos showed the before and after reconstruction. Visited two Catholic churches that had been reconstructed as they once were. The architecture shows the influence of Dutch.
Our time is up and we must return to the airport.
Because I have special needs we get to board ...
... my usual early morning mimosa, but I may forego it as there is much flying to be done yet. Same goes for that treat I often get here, the Bayerischer Fruhstück (weissbier, a weisswurst and a big pretzel). After all I had a nice breakfast on the flight just before landing, so it may be just a coffee for now. Next stop, ...
... pickpockets stole my Nexus card so I was relegated to the long security line with the hoi polloi. Once you get used to those little luxuries, it's hard to go back.
My overnight flight was uneventful. And, credit where credit's due: I like to rag on Air Canada, but the flight was actually pretty pleasant. New quiet plane, good seatback entertainment, on time. Oh, and more than half empty. I had an entire row ...
... raw like sausage squish into the bush!
On the list was a visit to Villa Hugel, home of the Krupp family who utilized the high coking coal to make steel at the start of the industrial revolution. But time was against us. The boys dodged another bullet!
We had a 2 1/2 hour drive to our overnight stop in Frankfurt and had sent Morwenna a text to see if she would like to meet us. Long story short, we diverted to Mainz, had a delightful meal and stroll down the Rhine ...