Travel Blogs from Frankfurt
Long day of travelling today. Set off around 10. Travelled thru Belgium & the Netherlands before arriving in Germany. Only 3 stops required ('mum I need a wee, dad I need a poo, We're HUNGRY!!'). Went out for tea at the campsite across the roads' restaurant and got soaked in a thunder storm. Looking forward to a busy day at Playmobile land tomorrow. Fingers crossed for better weather ☀ ...
... the Zeilgalerie, which doesn't have typical levels, but a ramp that runs around the perimeter meaning you can walk all the way from the top to the bottom without climbing any stairs. Thankfully we didn't buy any balloons because they weren't allowed up on the observation platform, but there were a few rebels in the crowd.
We managed to avoid getting run over by the pedal taxis and headed south through Paulsplatz to Römerberg. Here you can find quasi, sozusagen, ...
... up and smiled again and said with a soft voice.:I can see you have been to Vietnam many times, (she had been looking through my passport)we have some spare seats and you may as well use one of them, it makes no difference to us.
Great- it made a big difference to me.
Frankfurt is close to the Rhine river which runs from Switzerland all the way to Holland, so ...
... happy about that! It was a little disconcerting when they turned the lights off after a few hours into the trip. It was only mid-afternoon or thereabouts when we left Frankfurt but I guess they were adjusting us to the time zone we were flying to.
As usual, towards the end of the flight my throat, nose and face felt like all the moisture had been sucked out of it. Long flights are not particularly fun. We landed safe and sound in Ho Chi Minh City Sunday morning.
... number of smokers.
One of the places we went to was the city planning office which had a huge scale model of the city, including proposed buildings, to make sure the new ones fit in with the old. In fact they are in the midst of pulling down buildings from the 50s when the mayor was keen to tear down old buildings and build modern ones. In the place of these "modern" buildings are being build new "old" buildings in keeping with those around ...
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