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Today I bus to Frankfurt. I've been there before a long time ago when I worked for Penguins doing the book fair. I'd seen a little of the city then but it has grown in stature since and is more of a financial hub. It laden with foreigners it's not unlikeable though and has a lively atmosphere. Like Berlin there are some amazing smells around the city but also like ...
I decided it was time to write a more "domestic" post. We haven't gone anywhere exciting since Paris, but I've been spending a lot of time planning out the next few trips. With the holidays coming up, the enthusiasm is ramping up for the Christmas Markets. It is all the Germans we know are talking about, besides the current immigrant situation...So, I decided to really immerse myself in European Christmas culture. In December, we're going to go to 3 different Christmas markets, in ...
... in Koln. Requested to extend my stay but they were all booked up. Okay, that's fine. Decided to get on the train and wing it.
Stopped first in St Goar to see the Rheinfels Castle. It was built in 1245 and for centuries was the largest on the Rhine! I hiked up the hill for about 15 minutes with my heavy pack on. Man, if I had to do this a month ago I couldn't. I've gotten a lot stronger since ...
... sleep. Have recovered today after a good sleep at Erika & Manfred's, who are looking after us very well. Have already viewed our fair share of European soccer and Manfred was excited about Bayern Munchin's win over Barcelona.
Manfred is struggling with pinched nerves in his lower back and is going to see a specialist on Friday. Despite this he is in ...
We were picked up from the Frankfurt airport at 5:45am(!) by my mother's Aunty Erica and Uncle Manfred. Despite a little jet lag, and the cold and wet weather (the weather in Sydney was sunnier), we stayed awake and set off to see the sights.
Wiesbaden is beautiful. We started with a visit to Erika and Manfred's garden. It is common in Germany to own a garden on a separate block of land than your flat. There ...