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... I think I was definitely spoiled by all the great food in Germany.
Simon and his family were actually heading towards where I needed to go the next day for my flight, so they were nice enough to drop me off at the airport. I couldn't have asked for a better stay in Germany, it was such a fantastic time, I learned so much, and had such a perfect stay!
I had three more days to go before my flight back to the U.S., and I finished off where it all started, Madrid, Spain.
... of the fun if you accept it. Anyway we just cross the road and are in the station in no time, check times and sit with a coffee, Frankfurt main is a big rail station and today is busy. Anyway I needed to go and get a sim sorted so I have Internet, can't travel like this without it, bookings changes etc all need it. The little phone shop ended up sorting a sim for my Ipad, too long to explain the fun with sims, suffice to say ...
... 55 years driving, and that's with driving through 70 countries, most more than once, and across the U.S. a dozen times, so I am, as always, playing the odds. Now that I've opened my big mouth like that -- Wham-O!)
All my rentals have been through Priceline as the intermediate "broker;" that's the term in the trade so I've come to learn. Old William Shatner and the Star Trek crew have done good work for me.
This latest one is ...
... 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 ...
... love locks (I seem to be chasing them around Europe!) and we went into the Frankfurter Dom (Frankfurt cathedral), which was an odd building. It was destroyed during the war and rebuilt in the next couple of years, so the walls were made of a solid orange plaster with white lines drawn on to look like bricks. It was quite surreal but very beautiful. We stopped in a cute little café and had milkshakes and hot chocolates, before heading towards ...