- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... to London on it with a trip from Central station to Frankfurt Hahn for €14. Frankfurt doesn't really change much at night same city just darker. It's not how I remember it but then I was on the outskirts and working. I like it more now and wandered through a couple of small parks earlier that were once again busy with people from all walks going about their ...
... the end result. So after two very messy hours in the kitchen, I had a lemon meringue pie with a crust that was too thick and buttery (the substitution for shortening is butter, but 25% more of it), and a meringue topping that was too flat. I was never good at making crusts. I also had to hand-whip the meringue since we don't have a mixer. Brandon's tells me it was good, but I think he is just being nice because of the blood sweat and tears that went into it. He's a good husband...
Today the plan was to leave Koln early and take the train to a little town on the Rhine called Bacharach. From there I was going to bike ride north along the river to another small town called St Goar. In between, there are about a half dozen or so castles. I was unable to find available accommodations in either city that were within my budget. So, I thought maybe I could day trip it and come back to stay at ...
Had good flights with stopover in Singapore. Had an iced coffeee at "Dunken Donuts" at Singapore airport. Was a strange mixture of ice, with mainly water and a little coffee. Would have been better to drink the water they wash the cups in!!!
Managed to keep awake most of the day of our arrival in Wiesbaden, after our total travelling time of 26 hours with out ...
... Philipp for a walk through the park and ate more cake and ice-creams. Philipp loves water and insisted on throwing pebbles into the River Rhein.
We have enjoyed our stay in Wiesbaden. On Monday morning we packed our bags and Erika and Manfred joined us for the train ride to Frankfurt before bidding us farewell. From Frankfurt we boarded a train to Nuremberg and then a bus to Prague. There would be no more help from relatives to translate the language. We are on our own from here!