Lindner Main Plaza
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... I think I was definitely spoiled by all the great food in Germany.
Simon and his family were actually heading towards where I needed to go the next day for my flight, so they were nice enough to drop me off at the airport. I couldn't have asked for a better stay in Germany, it was such a fantastic time, I learned so much, and had such a perfect stay!
I had three more days to go before my flight back to the U.S., and I finished off where it all started, Madrid, Spain.
... the German breakfasts, mostly for the cut meats, cheeses, bread and strong coffee, it was just great. So we are away down to the lobby, pay up check out (we liked this hotel so booked for the 24th Jan when we are back in Frankfurt) This next bit was the magic, the hotel has a sort of a balcony outside which protects from the elements, so no snow immediately, but in a second I look at Lorrie and Em as they for the first time every ...
Fri 3/10 cont
- The train pulled into Frankfurt at 3.40pm. My hostel was easy to find. I just had to walk straight out the main doors for about 10 minutes.
- The hostel looked like a hotel and you needed to used your key card for everything. Even to get into the toilets and showers.
- I checked in and when for a walk around the block to get some cash out, and I grabbed some Thai food at a restaurant next to the hostel.
- I chilled out in ...
In a sort of non-ironic irony that you might expect to see in an Alanis Morissette lyric, I spent the last 24 hours running around trying to replace money, cards and ID after my wallet was stolen. Yes, that's right, I was pickpocketed at home, a day before departing for Europe. Go figure. The timing couldn't have been worse, but luckily I was able to get the essentials replaced in time to allow me to leave. Special thanks for ...
... raw like sausage squish into the bush!
On the list was a visit to Villa Hugel, home of the Krupp family who utilized the high coking coal to make steel at the start of the industrial revolution. But time was against us. The boys dodged another bullet!
We had a 2 1/2 hour drive to our overnight stop in Frankfurt and had sent Morwenna a text to see if she would like to meet us. Long story short, we diverted to Mainz, had a delightful meal and stroll down the Rhine ...