Hotel Corona Garni

Hamburger Allee 48, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60486, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Frankfurt

The sotk of the year is here

A travel blog entry by segun_coco on Sep 08, 2014

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Arriving in and getting lost in Frankfurt, Germany

A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 03, 2014

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... on so we were probably about a block away and didn’t know it. We settled for a couple of sandwiches at a French style bakery café (I did love the pretzel sandwich…Steve said a Subway salami sandwich is better than what he had). After that…our energy boosted, we trekked back to our hotel. The room was ready and we both laid down and immediately passed out for about 4 hours! When we got up, we decided to stay close if we could. We ...

Day 7: Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by gerard42 on Aug 28, 2014

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... were on, yes all the marquees were set up, yes there was music. But there was nobody home - a distinct lack of people and stalls was a sure-fired way to hit a roadblock on this festival and our plans. Turns out the festival didn't start till tomorrow night. What type of tourist bus was this? One that gave inferior information? One whose frequency was less than one an hour? One that didn't keep up to date with road closures? One that got local events completely wrong? Yes to all ...

On the way...

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Oct 01, 2013

... entirely blocking the hole.

So now I sit with a useless SIM inside the phone, and a SIM drawer that I can't open until I can find something very small and sharp to get the plastic out and the drawer open. Once we were safely up and drinks and snacks had been served, I clambered across my fellow not-fat-but-in-the-fat-seats passenger and went to find a hostie, who kindly lent me her name badge and we managed to get it out and the drawer open, hurrah! ...

Day 2 in Frankfurt

A travel blog entry by mckays2013trip on Jun 23, 2013

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... for a look around and then on to the Romer which is the old town square. Finally the train back to the hostel. We ate in again - for 5E each it is nice enough food and there is plently of it. After tea we had a walk through the "Äpple Wine" district were there are Pubs, Clubs and Schisha (?Spelling - I mean water pipes) Bars. Sam was keen to try Guiness so we stopped at the Anglo Irish Pub for a glass (he did just have a sip....or 2) and then walk back to the hostel.