Leonardo Hotel Frankfurt-Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Business Services
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... homemade beer which they was selling to us in the bar .
I acedently ordered the table the wrong drinks .... we ended up with a METRE or largr on the table in stead on a litre .
next I then ordered a 5 litre TOWER of beer which was delivered to the table and stood approx. ,, 5 foot above the table ..
what an amzing night .
That was quite a long flight! The time difference has me confused about the length of the flight, but here in Germany it is just before noon on April 14th. I had a good time, in spite of the long plane ride. I watched Interstellar for part of it, read my Bill Nye book, and reflected a bit. And when we landed, I got my first passport stamp! I have officially set foot in Germany. (even if it's just an airport) We have a layover here, I think it's supposed to be three hours. Shouldn't ...
... and wash his legs. Like: toilet paper - has a lot of texture (like paper towels) Dislike: street signs - there are very few signs indicating what street one is on. Like: doors - they are cut to fit into the frame of the door. Dislike: everybody smokes! Cigarette butts everywhere, but everyone's an environmentalist. Like: wine and beer prices - sometimes cheaper than soda and very good ...
... pastries are heavenly, again PCD. The German folk consider Ice cream a suitable snack for any age at any time. Not even joking, there was a line up for 'Eis' at 4 pm. No special occasion, just a regular afterschool or after work snack. Wtf? How are these people not 300 lbs? That's another thing... No fatties over here. I have seen maybe a handful and one of them was in a wheelchair so it's not like she's hitting the treadmill. Ok, that was ...
... early times has been ever-changing from Croatian Kings in the 10th century AD to Hungarian and Venetian administration, to French rulers and an Austro-Hungarian monarchy. Today, the city lives by the silent beats of history where the older generation do their shopping at the market, the lively spirit of the young, where department stores boarder the old city and in particular it’s Mediterranean charm with aqua water and mild climate. Departure day has arrived. See you in ...