Hotel Am Kurfuerstenplatz
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... about the Jews from the area, and information about the WWII era in Germany, but it actually had more to do with Jewish customs and traditions for various holidays (which I had learned about in Hebrew School since Kindergarten). I then found my way back into the city center, where trucks had come in to help take down all of the various booths from the Christmas market that I had been to earlier in the week. I headed back towards the MyZeil mall, where I was supposed to meet Simon and ...
... stand under proper snow on a crisp cold morning in Frankfurt, to hear and watch their total amazement and joy at being in this wonderland was one of th ose little priceless times in life, nothing could buy this, so simple and my little unforgettable moment, We are travelling with long distance cases so it is always going to be a challenge railing it around, things don't fit or you can't go that way or store it that way etc, ...
... countries, I saw at most 15 pickup trucks. You'll see that many pickups on a very slow day in any WalMart parking lot. They simply don't exist in Europe. And the ones I did see were the small variety Toyota. No GMC Sierra 2500s ever. The previously discussed narrow roads in city driving had something to do with it surely but still none in the countryside, none anywhere.
... car so we could find a park.
We walked into town from the Westend, past the large Deutsche Bank skyscrapers. Frankfurt is Germany's New York because it has so many skyscrapers, but that is the only comparison you can draw! Perhaps also because it has a Börse (Stock Exchange) and is a finance centre. It is home to many different corporations including the European Central Bank and the Detusche Bundesbank. The city has more banks than the Nile River!
... almost at the junction of terminals 1 and 2 and I usually walk through terminal 1 because it's a diversion to go through terminal 2. This time, though, I had plenty of time so I turned left into terminal 2 and took the skytrain to terminal 1.
The skytrain in Frankfurt is quite clever because it serves both airside and landside. The airside passengers travel in one half of the train from platforms at one side and ...