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... Shopping area and first thing we saw was a Starbucks. So for a bit we're chillin' in a cafe. Last time I was in Deutschland was 2005. It's different to be out of the office AND out of familiar surroundings and culture. I can't say I hate it. Feels ...
... that I hadn't seen before. For example, Bensheim has a sister town in the UK called Amersham and so they named the square outside the train station Amersheimplatz and put a red telephone booth in.
The town has quite a few old timber framed homes, some of which are remarkably old. One house I saw was built in 1400 with an extension in ...
... br> Germany is much more pleasure and much safer than riding on motorways in UK.
Point one the actual road surface is well maintained and is in much better
condition than any motorway in the UK and secondly most people drive to the
conditions at the time.
As I headed south I simply just took my time and plodded along at a steady
70mph. Of course once into Germany there is no speed limit on these roads and so
one has to be extremely careful when pulling out ...
It is difficult to cool off in a hotel room with no air conditioning. The temperature remained above 24 Celsius all night and this morning is heating up again very quickly. There is no urgency to leave the hotel room to step into the burning heat outside. We contemplate taking along our bathers and towel in case there's a swimming pool on the way, but can't be bothered lugging the extra items around with us.
... cathedral and the pretty Romer Square, one of the remaining places in Frankfurt that was rebuilt in the old fashioned style. The timber framed houses with the fountains and the town hall was very nice and I think the Korean school kids thought so too =P. It's a shame really since Frankfurt must've been a really pretty city before the war but guess we can't change that part. Oooh, checked out St Paul's church where they held the first German ...