B&B Hotel Mainz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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 ...
... to every kind of ham and salami to fruit and yoghurt, eggs, sausages and toast, cereals and baked beans and of course pastries, donuts and even cheesecake! We went to bed VERY early last night and got a good 12 hours sleep which we needed! Today we have been walking around the city and are meeting with a friend of Lee's for lunch :) The weather is cloudy and 2 degrees- nice and refreshing! Hope you're all well ...
... a few blocks away from our hotel. The food here was really good, and it was fun
to eat something very different from the big German food lunch we were provided
with. We ended up being the last people
in the bottom level of the restaurant because we weren't thinking about the
fact that the waitress will not come to your table unless you flag her
down. That is definitely one very
interesting difference between the US and here. ...
... there weren't as many tourists as I was expecting.
Our next stop that we wanted to see (courtesy of Tripadvisor) were the Roman ruins that were supposedly hidden below a shopping mall. Of course we didn't really think much of it, but after trying to find it for over 20 minutes, we finally went into the mall and one of the shopping windows was actually the entrance to the Roman ruins. They were ...