Hotel am Dom
Travel Blogs from Frankfurt
Recent increase price of airfare to Europe prevents many people from traveling. That is understandable. As a member of frequent flyer from United, I was able to redeem the miles to Central Europe with Lufthansa. Obviously, it saved me more cash!
(Story will be continue next month, stay tune!)
... with intricate wooden designs, others more modern. After about two hours we reached the Slovenian border, which is still in ‘symbolic operation’ since Croatia joined the EU last year. It’s operation, however, turned out to be much more than symbolic when we were turned around for having Canadian passorts and directed to another crossing that handled international documents. It wasn’t too much of a detour, ...
... start. Depending of the physical condition and the level of energy that is requested it will last 3 - 5 hours.
Than you feel the energy decreasing and you start struggling, moving around on your saddle and go a level higher on your shifter. That does not really help and you loose too much speed. ......and than the struggle really begins !!!
Music: James Vincent ...
... instead, on the first one. We had very good seats though, third row from the front and on the right side of the plane. I felt just as if I was in business class due to all the pampering received on board the airbus such as hot towels to wipe our hands, liquor etc…..
And then the time came for the Airbus A380 to run down the runway and ...
... odd timings.
We arrived at Frankfurt Hauptbanof station well in time. Our change over stop was at Munich. The ICE train from Frankfurt to Munich was quite uneventful and 3 hours quickly passed away.
At Munich, we changed over to the night train. I must admit that at the first sight of our sleeping cabin, my son Amruth exclaimed, " These berths are smaller than the Indian train berths !!", surprisingly as we settled in we found them quite comfortable and had a good sleep.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed