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We arrived and spent much of the first day'sleepless inFrankfurt' managing to find our accommodations with Brigit and Marco in Bonhiem: just east of the main historical area in the city. After finding a beautiful pedestrian walkway, having our first German beer in a sidewalk cafe, and forcing myself to stay up until 9:30....jet lag Is a thing of the past. People have been genuinely helpful!
Lost our luggage, found it again... wrong s-Bahn, right S- ...
... you have no table. And unless you have a seat at a table, no beer will be served to you. Nevertheless, many of the tables have seats available provided you arrive early, early, early. In addition, some of the beer halls do not have reserved seating so you can simply find a seat at a table. Again, the key is to arrive early. And since the halls open at 10, we figured we would need to arrive by 12 in order to find seats. Today, however, we could arrive whenever we wanted since we ...
... with locals. Inside there's nowhere to go, we end up on the top level of one of the more German tents, it's amazing, the sheer size of it, the people of every age dancing, celebrating, singing. I find a table upstairs but we lose Liam and Matt, not to worry, we have steins on the way as well as food.
We play slaps to pass time, we're joined by Britt and Brett, the food is not what I really wanted but I'm so hungry I devour it anyway, in the two hours we're ...
... hysterically and willingly joined in. Every morning I awoke to someone new hollering out Dan the Man and reminiscing about our fun the night before. It is a good life.
Now we are on our way over for a quick stop in Zurich, Switzerland before we make our way over to the Camino de Santiago. Money doesn’t go very far in Switzerland, but we have to see it! I’m really excited to get rid of all this gear and just keep a few pounds of the basics to hike the camino. ...
... Bilbao before exploring the jewels of France: Bordeaux, Poitiers, Châteaux Country, Orleans, and Paris, the splendid “City of Light.”
Having finished this tour and feeling good about it, we now move onto the next and final stage of our adventure. Today we have a 10.15am flight to Munich and we received our wake call at 5.45.
We caught a taxi from the Hotel and were at Charles de Gaul Airport about 7.15am. No traffic problems ...