Fleming's Conference Hotel Frankfurt
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... cool forest that Simon's parents showed me with plenty of hills. I ran about 10 kilometers in what seemed like paradise. It felt so great to run again, something I used to do 2-3 times a week while in Spain, and I know it will often be too cold to do while in New York.
My final dinner in Germany was a Turkish kebab. Originally I thought kebab's were meat on a stick, but this kebab was served similar to a gyro. It had juicy lamb and a super sweet yogurt sauce to go along with ...
... and will see if this blogs so to speak. This morning was a bit of a magical one, I should step back and say that snow is not something new for me, I was raised with it and when you have to go to school and work in it day after day its ..... well its a bit ho hum. This morning we needed to be up and out early, so we did not take too much notice of what was going on outside, had our first German breakfast of the trip and I ...
... kind enough to let me stay here and leave my suitcase as I continued to see as much of Europe as I can. And I am beyond thankful to have a home to stay in! (as nice as hostels can be sometimes it's always better to have a permanent home).
We took a super fast train from Amsterdam to Frankfurt and met Simon's parents, who brought us back to their home. It was late by the time we got in so there wasn't much to do except for sleep. It felt absolutely wonderful ...
... the Städel was one of the first museums to exhibit photography), one of many museums in the street along the bank of the river Main, so many in fact that it is now known as the MuseumsUfer or Museum Embankment. The Städel was founded in 1816 by the great patron of the arts, Johann Friedrich Städel and has housed its collection showcasing more than 700 years of European art history in the current location since 1878.
... wondering “what is a wai”? Unlike us westerners who shake hands, the Thais “wai” to greet people is a short bow done with their hands held fingertips-together close to their chest or face. I’ve never seen this done before and immediately loved their way of doing things!
The boarding took place soon afterwards. ...