Ibis Mainz City
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We arrive in Frankfurt around 11:00 a.m. David gets instructions on and where to take the train into the city. As we ride along I noticed that the color of the leaves are now turning yellow and orange. The country side is just beautiful. The part of the city that we saw was mapped out like a
big mall. No traffic! You can walk in every direction and not have to cross a street. MY feet are holding up as we are going ...
... of the river. I've never seen such a fast
flowing, busy river. It was also wonderful to watch the sun set over Catz Castle.
Luckily for us Stan had purchased a very special knife for cutting the cheese, meats and baguettes we purchased in a little shop in Sankt Goar. Stan's knife cost a fortune - but had wonderful fish carvings on it!!! Our venture into the
This morning we expressed our Balcony Envy to Sanga. Would you believe someone had cancelled and when we got home all of our stuff had been moved into the newly available room. When booking the rooms I didn't think we would worry about a balcony, but it makes the room so much more spacious and ...
... as the outside courtyard with flowers blooming in every window. It has a grass and rooftop garden. We loved our bar tender, Martin, and were so pleased that drinks were half price at happy hour, 18:00 - 20:00. He prepared both a Mojito and Sex on the Beach to perfection.
We were very impressed with the Olympus Spa at the Hyatt! It is a great place to get rejuvenated in the indoor pool or the jacuzzi, steam or sauna in the men's and women's locker rooms! We ...
... their neighbouring castles.
At kilo 555, we see the Lorelei (Loreley) rock. 120m of rock face coming down inti the river. We swing around the rock in our cruise and past a statue on the riverbank commemorating the rock. There is a legend about a siren calling sailors to the deaths, which is probably related to the strong undercurrent in the river at that point. As we reeach St Goar, we notice the Castle on the plateau above the ...