Atrium Hotel Mainz
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... 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 ...
... during the war. Mainz was a strategic location and there was a lot of war manufacturing and military targets in and around the city. What is left is interesting however, and one of the iconic things to see is the golden roof on a building in the central area. On our way to Amsterdam, but before leaving Germany we stopped at the Rhine falls. From here on the Rhine is navigable. The falls are very picturesque, and although not one of the largest falls we have seen ...
... of the river. I've never seen such a fast
flowing, busy river. It was also wonderful to watch the sun set over Catz Castle.
Luckily for us Stan had purchased a very special knife for cutting the cheese, meats and baguettes we purchased in a little shop in Sankt Goar. Stan's knife cost a fortune - but had wonderful fish carvings on it!!! Our venture into the
This morning we expressed our Balcony Envy to Sanga. Would you believe someone had cancelled and when we got home all of our stuff had been moved into the newly available room. When booking the rooms I didn't think we would worry about a balcony, but it makes the room so much more spacious and ...
... the war. They have rebuilt most of it and installed some pretty blue stained glass windows around 30 years ago. We didn't hang around long and instead walked down to Guttenbergplatz where the state theatre and a statue of the great man are located. We ended up grabbing a Döner to eat for lunch at a local Turkish Imbiss, but we couldn't help thinking that we got a smaller one just because we spoke German and not Turkish! It is ...