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Today I bus to Frankfurt. I've been there before a long time ago when I worked for Penguins doing the book fair. I'd seen a little of the city then but it has grown in stature since and is more of a financial hub. It laden with foreigners it's not unlikeable though and has a lively atmosphere. Like Berlin there are some amazing smells around the city but also like ...
... to repay your great hospitality, Carina and Ingemar, when you come to NZ in the summer.
Since returning to Germany, we have travelled fairly quickly south from Berlin, through the Spree wald lake region, and the Thuringer Wald forested, mountain region. There are many, many delightful half -timbered houses in the villages through this entire area. Autumn colours are now showing in all the deciduous trees. We spent a few days ...
... a conductor pushed their way thru to collect fares. The bus fare was 26R (.50 cents).
At the metro station I had to pay again and got a token for 31R (.50 cents). I didn't realize I had got on the wrong direction train. Wikitravel again warns people are ...
... tastes pretty much like a hot dog and the fries like fries pretty much anywhere in Europe. Overall, a good choice for breakfast. It is currently 9:12am and the table of 5 men across from me are already drinking beers. Also, it seems that bratwurst is a very acceptable breakfast...or maybe people are just like me. Oh and the first real restaurant I saw when arriving at security here was McCafe...it's actually a cafe here with monasteries ...
Arrival at Frankfurt airport on time. Cloudy.
The airport is huge and we walk from gate A to gate B.
We go through passport control to enter the international area where many shops ad restaurants can be found. Spend some time there.
When we want to go back to our gate, we are forced to go through ...