Park Inn by Radisson Mainz
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Today I bus to Frankfurt. I've been there before a long time ago when I worked for Penguins doing the book fair. I'd seen a little of the city then but it has grown in stature since and is more of a financial hub. It laden with foreigners it's not unlikeable though and has a lively atmosphere. Like Berlin there are some amazing smells around the city but also like ...
... Stärkemehl. It's called Speisestärke. Who knew. So I found almost all of the items on my grocery list, and headed home to attempt making American pie in a German kitchen. For those that know me, I really don't love baking. It's too much pressure to follow a recipe just so, and hope to get the perfect product. I also did not particularly excel at chemistry labs in college. Same situation. I was already reading too much or too little into the instructions, and always ...
... at her hotel.
For those who haven't read my previous blogs, Hildegard was our Cruise Director for our Uniworld Rhine cruise in March 2014, and we've kept in touch with her since. She lives outside of Munich, and though she no longer does River Cruising, she is working with a bus tour company. By a stroke of luck, she is in Mainz tonight with her tour group and we're hoping to have a few minutes to meet her!
We made our way back ...
... bike path had converted the lower room into a small ice cream parlour. The sound of seventies music rung out from upstairs and despite several blasts of the counter horn attention wasn't forthcoming.
A carefully timed blast of the horn in a musical lull delivered an attentive tanned fellow who duly served two bottles of wasser (water) and despite ours pledge not to indulge, two small gelatos.
Hearing Lisa's laughter he returned and ...
... waiting and embarked on our two hour cruise (no Gilligan jokes please, it's on a river!) we spent the time glued to the windows looking at some fairy tale castles which lined both sides of the Rhine. The river is a real thoroughfare and we saw many long barges and river cruise boats along the way. Many unlike our day cruiser were those that are tourist boats with accommodations and restaurants onboard for multiple days of cruising. The barges that carry goods are ...