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... and entertaining. Frank has struggled with jet lag, and I discovered him asleep in t h e Asian section of early printing letter collections.
Mainz , some of which was undamaged in t he war , is well preserved , such as two towers from the original town wall from 1000-1100. Mainz is also a university town full of youth and energy.
Back in Frankfurt we've visited the Alter Oper, Gothe Haus, Dom Romer church, and the Stadel Museum for a ...
... we turned to the left and wandered past dozens and dozens of rides and food boths. In fact, there were a number of walkways that split off from the main beer hall row and took you to the opposite side of the grounds where there were more and more rides, games of chance, food booths and yes … liquor booths … Yager, prosecco, rum … you name it, they had it. And the food was ridiculous. Broiled chicken, huge brats, barbeque, mega pretzels, nuts, cotton candy and ...
... head straight, not hungover per se but far from healthy. Today is "Contikifest" in the Lowenbrau tent. We jump on the 10am shuttle, pick an awesome seat next to the band and start our drinking. The kiwi lads were clever enough to eat before coming in, I make do with the lady walking around, I get a burger with a chicken fillet inside, that's it. Bread and chicken, yummy. The band soon starts up the song we learnt on the bus:
"Ein Prosit, ein Prosit
... breakfast. Mine was a nice healthy two donnuts and a hot chocolate and they were lovely.
This airport is one of two Paris airports and it is the 8th largest in the world. This airport is solely for Air France plane traffic while the other (Oriel Airport) has the incoming and departure flights for the other World Lines.
It is very clean, well organised and everything was running smoothly. The weather is overcast and the ...
... on we went.
What was supposed to be a 2-3 hour visit in Munich, turned out to be an hour and a half drive around Marienplatz (I lost count how many times we went around). There was no parking to be had - anywhere! Not only that, but, we also came very close to running out of fuel for the beast. I've never seen anything quite like it. Literally every parking spot was taken. ...