B&B Hotel Frankfurt-Niederrad
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... way past where we were supposed to be and got to see the beautiful Christmas markets and decorations in the main square! Lunch was delicious- real German schnitzel with mushrooms and potatoes!!! Yum! Afterwards Beate took us back to the markets where we tried sugar-coated almonds and walked all the way down to the river :) We visited the Frankfurt Cathedral and walked the 328 steps up the Cathedral tower- haha a decent hike! It was a spiral concrete ...
... little weird but good. It was funny having three languages on the flight - German, Japanese and English. Getting into Frankfurt airport was overwhelming as it was huge and was about four stories high! After having a pretty scary conversation with customs - a little different to in NZ, we made our way to the train station. We knew the stop we needed to get off at just not how to get there. We asked around a little ...
... start would be to follow it at enjoy the view.
I am now in Holland for a short time to see some friends after first collecting my motorcycle which again has been excellently prepared by my friend Rob.
Now..... which direction...North, East, South or West? The best thing is not to plan too much and let the weather forecast be one of the deciding factors.
... apple tastes of about 10% alc) mixed with sparkling water (the concentrate is traditionally better watered down, easier to drink more)! Also, we ate handkase, which is a soft cheese literally translated as 'hand cheese' and can only be eaten by cutting with a knife and eaten with your hands, no forks at all or you are definitely a tourist!! This was followed by a great schnitzel and potato combo with the famous Frankfurt "green sauce" a mixture of 7 herbs ranging from ...
... Instead of boarding directly to the plane, we got herded onto a bus and driven to our plane about a mile away on the tarmac. There were a lot of other planes parked on the tarmac from all over the world. I especially noted a Russian and Ukranian airliner parked next to each other.
We settled in for the 11-hour nonstop back to Houston arriving on schedule just before 7:00 PM.
Travel is great but getting back home is the best part.