Bornheimer Hof Hotel
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... in a thousand questions a day).
* We know we had some unforgettable moments, and that was what it was all about.* We're sure we will annoy them for the rest of their lives by repeating the same stories over and over again.
A big thank you to those who encouraged us and those who replaced us at work.... Hope we can do the same for you one day!
And now It's time to stop 'cause the Ipad is getting wet.
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... are out by the thousands, eating, drinking, smoking and connecting with their neighbors. Such a vital time at night. But with our long day we decided to just go out from 7:30 - 10:30pm then head back to our hotel and into bed. Chris' pedometer marked we walked 11 kilometers today. And now my feet feel like it. So happy to be here. Special thanks to Cliff and Sandy who gave a condensed version of Rome....as we are going to Florence ...
... the other end of the train. A train arrived but we weren't sure it was ours! It was weird it was never actually put on the screens or the information boards on the train which train it was! We hopped on and asked a few people and were about 80% sure it was the right train. Oh we'll see where we end up! The train departed at 7:45. I blogged most of the way back to Frankfurt and we arrived at 11:10. The hotel we had chosen Manhattan Hotel was right near ...
Thursday, August 21 Once we arrived in Frankfurt and went through customs, we said goodbye to Scott and Barbara and told them that we would meet them at this same exact location (outside of customs) on Thursday August 28. We rented an Avis rent-a-car. It only had 300 miles on it. Brand new. We decided to drive on out of town and head towards Rothenburg, an old walled city a couple hours ...
... most things were closed, and the streets were quiet, but we did find a restaurant open for lunch. There is little explanation I can give for most of the things we saw, as we didn't have a guide, so I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.
Shkodėr is definitely the least economically developed place we have visited on this trip. The dichotomy between well-off and not-so-well-off was not as stark as in Cote d'Ivoire, but the city ...