Grandhotel Hessischer Hof
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Shuttle bus service
- Concierge desk
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... were left to wander the city on our own. We stopped at a few gift shops, enjoyed some ice cream and then visited the famous bridge.
Tonight for dinner, we formally introduced ourselves to one another in our tour group and enjoyed a traditional German meal consisting of soup, turkey nuggets and fries. After a long two days of traveling, we are settling in for a good night's rest!
... in the same area in 2002.
After more traffic we arrived at the hotel in downtown Frankfurt around 6:30. We had dinner and watched two groups of Asian tourists check into the hotel. I had seen a lot of Asian tourists on other trips to Europe, but this is the first bunch we have noticed on this trip. The internet was not free this hotel, but cost 6E ...
... go thru Passport Control which I was dreading expecting 1000 questions.
Wikitravel says arrival at a Russian Airport can be one of the most rudest experiences ever. The person was efficient, scanned my passport, and handed it back after a couple of minutes without asking any questions. I was officially in Russia!!
Staff were ...
On foot again.
Coffee at local coffee shop, not bad. Lady nursing her Dalmation dog, very funny. We're back to restaurants where they allow dogs inside.
Lunch at department store - on top floor and still lady with dog.
Stopped at little shops to buy nick nacks. Walked around the main pedestrian mall which was very nice. Saw another crazy human sculpture. This one tweeted when ...
Back in Germany, I remembered the wise words of a wonderful woman I met in Arizona who understanding loss advised me to "do things that you would never have done with the person you are missing". Well Hiking in the Himalayas had not made it on the 'to do' list over the last 30 years so before I knew it, I'd paid my £350 non-refundable registration fee and bodly announced my intention on Facebook so there was no going back!