Leonardo Hotel Frankfurt City Center
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Plane ride was smooth. Just difficult to sleep and I didn't get much sleep the day before I left O'Town so I need a shot of adrenaline to kick in. Since we have a 7 hr layover here in Frankfurt we decided to get out and about. Took the train to the ...
... of the city. There is only one train there per hour and I soon found out why because it is run by the Odenwaldbahn and has just four stops! The whole journey took only 12 minutes and went as follows:
And that was the end of the line! Not possible to go any further! Apparently the line was only re-opened in ...
We got up in the morning and worked on repacking everything since we needed to have a variety of cold and warm weather clothes for our trip and tried to minimize the amount of luggage we were taking. We got everything moved around from the various storage compartments inside outside and on top of Sparky. Finally everything was packed and secured and we headed off ...
... bike car for awhile with two " characters" - a guy plugged into his laptop who talked to himself and frequently exclaimed "Hallelujah!" and a dissipated guy who got on clutching a beer can and looked like he might upchuck at any moment. We were happy when they both disembarked!
It was a strange feeling arriving back in the Frankfurt train station that we departed from 6 weeks ago when we were anticipating the ...
... wondering “what is a wai”? Unlike us westerners who shake hands, the Thais “wai” to greet people is a short bow done with their hands held fingertips-together close to their chest or face. I’ve never seen this done before and immediately loved their way of doing things!
The boarding took place soon afterwards. ...