Carlton Hotel - Frankfurt
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... horrific ones too. There is an English theatre, it's closed at the moment but outside is a cupboard with novels in and on it a sign saying that they are free to take. They are all in English and make an effort to entice others to read and learn our language. Imagine a Polish theatre in London that did that. How would that go down. I see a bus saying Frankfurt ...
... after the Berlin wall was demolished. We had several days exploring the museums and galleries, being particularly taken with the Kathe Hollowitz gallery. Getting around is very easy, as a day pass allows access to buses, metros and trains. There is a spacious feel to the streets, and a surprising lack of urgency as people move around. English is widely spoken, especially by the younger generation, so this facilitated our ...
... while you could see both sides of the crossing but the photo didn't come too clear on the camera. When we crossed out of France into Luxembourg the terrain was more natural and undeveloped as opposed to all the cultivated farmland in France.
I had a flight change ...
... appeared. "Chris, grab me that scarf from the stall behind you. I need to disguise myself"
Tomorrow is Christopher Street Day named after the gay riots at the Stonewall Inn NYC 1969. Rainbow flags are everywhere and the festivities look as though they'll be fun and the German people are not known for their prudishness. What timing!
Met a couple ...
... there and to take a regional train form Cologne to Frankfurt so we ride along side the Rhine River instead of taking the high speed train through tunnels and missing all the scenery. It was a good idea because we were planning on doing a Rhine River cruise tomorrow but after seeing the river by train, we thought that was enough. At our stop over in Cologne (they write it as Köln), we arrived at the train station and walked outside and literally ...