Fleming's Deluxe Hotel Frankfurt Main-Riverside
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
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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 ...
... a non air conditioned train on a 34 degree day, this was a less than pleasant experience. This was the last straw for a tired and sweaty beaver so she got a taxi from the station to the hotel. The Radisson Blu was nice albeit virtually in the middle of nowhere. After a few hours rest and a long needed shower beaver felt almost human so set off to catch up with Prue and Ben who had recently moved to Wiesbaden ...
... to long cruise ships ( not one person on deck as its too cold ) to tiny tugs and cruise ships. Would have liked to do a cruise but its not the season and only one boat was leaving in the afternoon. Wind was cold and bitter so the eyes watered a bit whenever we got out of the car. This part of the Rhiengau is UNESCO world heritage listed with lots of castles, pretty towns, vineyards on the hills etc... Drove up to one ruin for a look and the views were breathtaking - a real ...
... gold fish (which of course I couldn't but u get the gist) Luckily! I had my 'Inflato pillow' (say it in a Don Adams voice for maximum effect) which worked really well and the man over the aisle seemed to be eyeing it off (or maybe it was the rolled up pants still) so I'll challenge him to an arm wrestle for it later.
And so I attempted to sleep on this ten hour flight that would leave me in a new world of my own, to experience and adventure out into as phase three of tugs on tour.
2am wake up call and 3am departure. 25 hours of 19 kids, 4 adults, 4 time zones through 3 countries. It's going to be a long, rough day for all involved - especially if there are any delays. Made it to the airport with plenty of time to spare. Upon checking in, there was an argument about the baggage and having to pay. Frau refused to leave that desk until it was sorter out and spent a good 20 minutes on the phone with EF. It was a mistake on their end and ...