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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 ...
... countries! If not too exhausted from all the festivity, we will spend a few days around the Christmas holiday in Rome.
This past weekend we ventured into Frankfurt for a nice lunch, and to see the botanical garden in Frankfurt before it got too cold or wintery. See pictures attached. We tried another traditional German restaurant. And again, I had schnitzel. That stuff is just too delicious. This time, the schnitzel was covered in a dark, delicious mushroom ...
Enjoyed a river cruise on the Rhine River...about 1&1/2 hours. Stopped in Rudesheim & enjoyed a wine tasting & dinner @ Breur's Rudesheimer Schloss...awesome, sauerkraut & pork! Wonderful German entertainment...music & laughter. Stayed overnight in Wiesbaden @ another 4 Star hotel. Will send pictures separately. Fortunately, we have WiFi on the tour ...
... down the street. It had a lovely ambiance, low lighting and was VERY quiet. Not to mention it was super fancy, expensive, and had no kid menu. This turned out to be a disaster, to say the least, and the women ended up leaving early with the kids and taking dinner home in a box.
9.) Pack everything you think you will ever need. Then pack more.
8.) Pay for the extra bag and the reserved seating ...
... It was a bit scary knowing that I had no idea at all what I was walking into, but it was also kind of exhilarating! The first time I held the walls close and walked with caution, but the second time I went thru I was a bit less wary because I knew there weren't any stairs or ledges.
Another exhibition was the meditation room. It was a big room and it smelled like the cabins at my summer camp (that's a good thing). The atmosphere was very open and ...