Ibis Budget Mainz Hechtsheim
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... homemade beer which they was selling to us in the bar .
I acedently ordered the table the wrong drinks .... we ended up with a METRE or largr on the table in stead on a litre .
next I then ordered a 5 litre TOWER of beer which was delivered to the table and stood approx. ,, 5 foot above the table ..
what an amzing night .
... bad. I am REALLY stiff from all that sitting though, and sitting seems to be the plan from now until we arrive in Lyon. I am going to love finally getting out, breathing some fresh air, and walking around the city. I was planning to get Euro at an ATM and maybe get some food, but the machine ate someone's card so I got paranoid and changed my mind. I'guess I'll just read and talk to my classmates until it's time to get on our connecting flight. I'll report back when I am in Lyon, ...
... And of course We watched the world walk/drive by.
Our next stop was to find the Comfort Suite. After coming upon a detour, we finally found it. Then we decided to drive to the airport and the Avis rent a car to make sure we knew how to get there on the back roads. We drove through a nice forest and picnic area and ended up on the far side of the airport and eventually to the turn off to Avis. We felt comfortable ...
... pretty ****** luck when it comes to the buildings they love. During World War II, Mainz was almost completely destroyed. Some time after that they rebuilt, but terrible things just kept happening. I think our tour guide said that St. Martin's Cathedral had been destroyed seven times by bombings or fires! Then, there was another church, it might have even been St. Martin's Cathedral, that the night it ...
... an amazing panorama view of the Rhein river and atop sat the castle. It was built in 1282 but was rebuilt again in the 1800s. It felt like a fairy tale castle. We walked along all the fortifications and gardens and being one of the maybe 10 tourists in this castle, we basically had the place to ourselves. We also went inside and looked at all the amazing rooms - including crossbows and wolf skins (basically the ...