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Plane ride was smooth. Just difficult to sleep and I didn't get much sleep the day before I left O'Town so I need a shot of adrenaline to kick in. Since we have a 7 hr layover here in Frankfurt we decided to get out and about. Took the train to the ...
... that I hadn't seen before. For example, Bensheim has a sister town in the UK called Amersham and so they named the square outside the train station Amersheimplatz and put a red telephone booth in.
The town has quite a few old timber framed homes, some of which are remarkably old. One house I saw was built in 1400 with an extension in ...
... of course, and it was a beautiful deal. Seven weeks for $1300 through Europcar and I get to travel where I want, i.e., Poland and Czech Republic, which Enterprise and others won't allow. (Too much stealing going on in some of those countries.) Built-in GPS in the dashboard thrown in for nothing extra, and, and this is huge for Norma, automatic transmission. Virtually all rentals are standard transmission which Norma can drive, but hasn't ...
... plane. I wasn't entirely successful, since the flight was cramped and noisy. I dozed on and off until we landed in Frankfurt at around 7:30am local time.
My connecting flight wasn't until 1:30pm, so I had five hours to kill. The first thing I did was to make my way to the Air Canada counter to inquire about the possibility of getting on their 10:30am flight to Montreal instead. No dice; it was completely booked up except ...
... We visited the St.Nicholas church and St.Paul church. The latter was the first place for the German Parliament and has a long history. There are at least 6 museums in that area which can be visited. We ate a simple lunch of coffee and bretzels. We crossed the Berliner street to the main shopping artery of Zeil street. Typical of many European metropolis it was crowded even on a Monday evening. There ...