Fair Hotel an der Messe
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... I think I was definitely spoiled by all the great food in Germany.
Simon and his family were actually heading towards where I needed to go the next day for my flight, so they were nice enough to drop me off at the airport. I couldn't have asked for a better stay in Germany, it was such a fantastic time, I learned so much, and had such a perfect stay!
I had three more days to go before my flight back to the U.S., and I finished off where it all started, Madrid, Spain.
... the German breakfasts, mostly for the cut meats, cheeses, bread and strong coffee, it was just great. So we are away down to the lobby, pay up check out (we liked this hotel so booked for the 24th Jan when we are back in Frankfurt) This next bit was the magic, the hotel has a sort of a balcony outside which protects from the elements, so no snow immediately, but in a second I look at Lorrie and Em as they for the first time every ...
So, I thought this first day would be a boring day, with a standard flight to Frankfurt and then boarding a plane headed to Nagoya.
NOPE. Fate had a few surprises in store.
There's a big Typhoon going on that delayed my flight 7 hours. I was supposed to leave around 13:30, I'm leaving at (estimated) 20:30.
Can't say it's a good start, but ...
... the city is really about, besides being the storied financial hub of the EU, and these people were Brian's second cousins, Andreas and Biergoet and their sons Marsel and Yens. Couldn't have asked for more gracious hosts, who were also so knowledgeable and proud of not only the Hesse region (the state in which Frankfurt is located) but proud of being German. They met us at the train station and preceded to give us a foot tour of the downtown area, of course starting with a nice ...
... this one is that the barge would come into a large "tray" and then the barge, "tray" and water would be lifted 15 metres - with just a 150 horsepower motor! The secret is that there are three large shafts under the "tray" ( 30 metres deep), each with a buoyancy float in the shaft that would make the whole structure almost weight neutral. Very cleaver and built before the Internet existed!
All for now. Take care everyone.
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