Dorint Pallas Wiesbaden
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... horrific ones too. There is an English theatre, it's closed at the moment but outside is a cupboard with novels in and on it a sign saying that they are free to take. They are all in English and make an effort to entice others to read and learn our language. Imagine a Polish theatre in London that did that. How would that go down. I see a bus saying Frankfurt ...
... the good housewife that I am, (and because I signed us up for German lessons, which started the evening before and left Brandon no time to make) I was entrusted with making the ever-so-important thing that you must take into your office on your birthday. Another thing not sold in Germany's grocery stores, at least that I could find? Shortening. Then comes the title of the post, my weak attempt at asking the woman in the grocery store if they have corn starch? Turns out it ...
... jam, butter, cold cuts, cheese, yogurt, and coffee/tea/juice. That's one thing for sure that we do better in the US!
Took a walk to the city center and to the Italian area to grab some pasta and take a look around. Unfortunately the buildings here are not lit up at night like in some of the other cities so I couldn't take good pics. I got a good feeling for the look of the city though. It's really ...
Continuing on in Wiesbaden we continue to enjoy our stay. Saturday morning we went with Erika to the city and had coffeee at the oldest coffee shop in Wiesbaden. Very swanky with beautiful furnishings, but coffee very reasonably priced, only 7.40 euros for 3 coffees. Manfred did not come with us because his back is still not good and cannot walk very far.
In the ...
... meats and cheeses and the fresh bread from the bakery. Andrew had a great time. He was happy to take a second serving at mealtimes, and his favourite food would be the German cakes. He commented "Are you sure that my family doesn't also have German heritage?". Andrew's family never misses out on dessert. It is quite strange that I don't enjoy eating cake.
We spent the second day in Wiesbaden in the town ...