Dorint Hotel Frankfurt-Niederrad
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... like a ski lift) up the hill to the Germania monument, built in 1871 for the reunification of Germany then walked the 5kms down the hill. Had a drink, then went shopping & back to the boat for lunch.
The next part of he Rhine is known for its castles, they were amazing, the cloud then started to move in so went inside for coffee & cake, like we needed more food.
Got a haircut, really impressed & only €18.
... over to Wash World and did laundry. Getting bad weather news from Wacken. They are experiencing quite a bit of rain. We went from 40 degree heat and no rain to 20 degrees and lots of rain! On the ICE train to Hamburg now and then a few more trains to Bad Bramstedt. WACKEN STARTS TOMORROW!!!!! ...
... a photo of the country side ... But it's lush and green and pretty much like an other country side ...but it is Germany. Oh ...the houses look different that's for sure. I still have another stop to go after the Aussies get off ... Frankfurt train station is hot and crazy ...its peak hour ...just to add to the madness. So Germans now ...that's different. I step out side the station as I have half ...
... and I couldn't stop taking pictures. We meandered through the city along the canals for a few hours. There was no aim to our wandering and we ended up a bit disoriented by dusk. (The sun doesn't go down until 10:30 here!) As soon as we found the hotel again we practically ran to our rooms to go to bed in order to have enough energy to explore Amsterdam tomorrow!
... smaller scale. Some pretty delicious food - Ron had a well filled focaccia and I a cold crumbed schnitzel bun - weird but absolutely delicious. Given that we had been wandering around for 2 or 3 hours before we joined the tour, by the time we had spent four hours on the tour we were well and truly knackered.
I found it interesting that the "back yards" we passed through (large areas with established trees in courtyards between buildings) were ...