Hyatt Regency Mainz
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Friday September 11 - We were up early again, and at breakfast a few minutes after 7. Today we have a lot of driving to do - probably the longest day of the trip. We're heading back to Germany which wouldn't be bad, except we want to visit a few places along the way...
I spent some time figuring out how to …
Saturday September 12 - we started the morning with a leisurely continental breakfast in the Regency club – which is included with our room, and proved to have plenty for our breakfast needs. Juices, nice coffee, assorted cold meats, bread, and a few other assorted items. Plenty to get started for the day! This made the points we'd …
Sunday, September 13 - an easy morning, and breakfast in the Regency Club was again tasty. Today we’re driving to Trier which has been a place we wanted to visit for some time. It was once a very important Roman city and the ruins are supposed to be pretty good. Trier was at one time the capital of Roman Gaul, and one, if not the …
Today I bus to Frankfurt. I've been there before a long time ago when I worked for Penguins doing the book fair. I'd seen a little of the city then but it has grown in stature since and is more of a financial hub. It laden with foreigners it's not unlikeable though and has a lively atmosphere. Like Berlin there are some amazing smells around the city but also like ...
... picked something new, the brave littler Auslšnder that he is. It was a sampling of different meats, some weird tomatoey rice concoction. One interesting meat was supposed to be some sort of meatloaf, I don't remember what it's called in German. It was served as a link, like a sausage. I swear, the Germans will turn anything into a sausage. I really applaud their enthusiasm.
This week, Brandon celebrated his 29th birthday. In Germany, birthdays are culturally a big ...