Frankfurt Mark Hotel
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... Shopping area and first thing we saw was a Starbucks. So for a bit we're chillin' in a cafe. Last time I was in Deutschland was 2005. It's different to be out of the office AND out of familiar surroundings and culture. I can't say I hate it. Feels ...
... Translated that means wedding tower and it almost looks like a wedding cake on top! Steffie said it looks like a hand, which I can also see. Unfortunately the weather was miserable and I only had my 40mm fixed lens, so I couldn't really get any wide angle shots.
The chapel itself is really beautiful, intricately decorated with ...
... 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.
Up all night getting ready for a 6:30 am flight. Boarding was easy, the plane only half full. Managed to get an exit row seat, so we could stretch out really easily. Had a mongrel screaming kid just near us, but noise cancelling headphones shut him out. The flight was uneventful, but we arrived a little late. This meant that we only had ...
... left. Fritz had trained in from his home in Nürnberg and was staying for a couple of days with Ingrid, so the three of us sat down and got into a deeper discussion of the family during the war, and Fritz the elder's bitterness following his imprisonment and the de-nazification process that was the result of his military service and the fact that he had joined the Nazi party in order to become a judge. It was a ...