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Long day of travelling today. Set off around 10. Travelled thru Belgium & the Netherlands before arriving in Germany. Only 3 stops required ('mum I need a wee, dad I need a poo, We're HUNGRY!!'). Went out for tea at the campsite across the roads' restaurant and got soaked in a thunder storm. Looking forward to a busy day at Playmobile land tomorrow. Fingers crossed for better weather ☀ ...
... on the walking tour was the Alte Oper, an opera house on the edge of downtown. It also marks the start of the Fressgass (Eat Street), which is home to many cafes and restaurants. At the end of the Fressgass is the Börse (not Böse), which has a statue of a bull and bear to represent the rises and falls of the stock prices. There is even an Australian bar around the corner! Very multicultural indeed...
Silvana took us to a good lookout point in a weird shopping ...
... up and smiled again and said with a soft voice.:I can see you have been to Vietnam many times, (she had been looking through my passport)we have some spare seats and you may as well use one of them, it makes no difference to us.
Great- it made a big difference to me.
Frankfurt is close to the Rhine river which runs from Switzerland all the way to Holland, so ...
... with their guests and chat, and they offered advice on where to eat, what to try, and what to see. Jas and I went to see a trance DJ with one of the hostel staff one night too! We also accidentally saw a Balkan band live at a club, and everyone was singing and dancing and they knew every single word to every song. It was strange to feel so out of place but great to see so many people drawn together by music.
On our second day we took a tour through ...
... We visited the St.Nicholas church and St.Paul church. The latter was the first place for the German Parliament and has a long history. There are at least 6 museums in that area which can be visited. We ate a simple lunch of coffee and bretzels. We crossed the Berliner street to the main shopping artery of Zeil street. Typical of many European metropolis it was crowded even on a Monday evening. There ...