Ibis Frankfurt Centrum
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Day 1 - Arrived mid afternoon and went a wander round the shops in the city centre. For dinner we went to the Italian restaurant across from the hotel, on the riverside. I ordered a pizza and it was the biggest pizza I have ever attempted to eat - I managed about 5 mouthfuls and then had to give up! Day 2 - Further wandering around the town …
The German train system is on strike until Monday. That is all BUT the ICE (intercity express) trains. So we did catch our 6:45 AM train from Brussels to Frankfurt. It was a little eerie to see all the trains parked. There were a few running but in most of the stations, like Koln and Bonn, we were the only train.
On the way to pick up the rental car we had this great Iranian cab ...
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 ...
... settled for a couple of sandwiches at a French style bakery café (I did love the pretzel sandwich...Steve said a Subway salami sandwich is better than what he had). After that our energy boosted, we trekked back to our hotel. The room was ready and we both laid down and immediately passed out for about 4 hours! When we got up, we decided to stay close if we could. We were both sooooo tired! This time we found ...
... rice fields. Of course, we'll miss watching the traffic and people riding motorbikes with literally anything and everything attached to the bikes. Seriously - anything. We saw sinks, toilets, bags, shelves, animals, you name it. We'll miss trying to cross the street in Vietnam with hundreds of motorbikes around us in every direction, yet each ...