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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Wednesday morning was beautiful with clear blue skies. We decided to explore Dinkelsbuhl and walked through the cobbled stone streets. Again, we walked into the Cathedral and admire the detail craftsmanship of the construction. We sat on an outdoor patio and had a strudel and I had a pretzel. Again, we watched the world walk by us. Very relaxing. …
... pieces of German schnitzel. The sizes of these things were so big, and I only got half of what the largest size is! I got the Jägerschnitzel, which is served with a mushroom cream sauce and french fries. I was told that I didn't have to eat the entire thing ahead of time, but I was hungry from not having a full lunch, and to my surprise, I ended up eating every last bit! It was so unbelievably good.
Completely stuffed, we headed out to a bar that evening and enjoyed ...
... I cleared customs and were on our way to the S train/subway to get to Frankfurt City. The streets were deserted as it was early morning. There were broken bottles, garbage and fireworks everywhere! Looks like they had an epic party here last night. Nothing was open so we headed to the Frankfurt Cathedral first and then Romer itself. It got chillier as we made it further toward the river but continued on anyway. ...
... stand under proper snow on a crisp cold morning in Frankfurt, to hear and watch their total amazement and joy at being in this wonderland was one of th ose little priceless times in life, nothing could buy this, so simple and my little unforgettable moment, We are travelling with long distance cases so it is always going to be a challenge railing it around, things don't fit or you can't go that way or store it that way etc, ...
... I was lucky enough to find 2 tickets in the away fan section with a view of the field that nobody could complain about! On Saturday afternoon, along with my friend Kevin, I set off for Coface Arena. It was completely mind-blowing! From immensity of the crowd, and the booming voices singing "You'll Never Walk Alone", to seeing one of my favourite players: Shinji Kagawa back in a BVB jersey, It was just an all around unforgettable experience.