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Yesterday was such a full day- it was great! After breakfast we walked around the area we're staying in (main city near the train station), and went into little shops and market stalls :) We then met with Lee's friend Beate for lunch - haha this was quite a mission! We had the street name (about 1.5km from our hotel), but managed to get lost several times! Haha quite an adventure, but we had a good laugh- allowed us to see a lot more of Frankfurt too as we ...
... to find the restaurant to meet Beate and Craig. Google maps told us it would take us 20 mins but it ended up taking 45 minutes which meant that we were able to see half of Germany. We ate authentic schnitzel with the most scrummy mushroom sauce. We ended up walking around the Christmas markets with Beate her friend. We also visited the cathedral tower which meant that we had to climb 328 spiralling stairs. The ...
... We then helped an elderly Chinese man with the ticket machine after that so we're definitely learning!!! Haha.. Our hotel is 2mins walk from the train station- the train station is AMAZING! So huge and gorgeous shops and market stalls everywhere! Our hotel is beautiful too- huge room and free wifi helps!!! Free breakfast buffet is amazing too- photo attached :) Everything from mozzarella ...
... day. Frankfurt,
while a new place to me, was not new to Lois who missed a connection here several years ago. The accountant in me is always enthralled with an overnight flight, it provides free lodging for a night, reducing the cost per day component of a trip. By noon the next day the enthrallment is replacing with a sluggish, sleep deprivation stupor and a resolution never to do it again.
... to hang out at my favourite rooftop bar 230 Fifth.
Funnily enough when Zoe came to pick me up in her flashy Ford, we entered the address in the navigation system as 230 5th. Little did we know that after 40 minutes of driving, we ended up at a random diner in Brooklyn, address: 230 5th, not 230 Fifth. I had a feeling we were going the wrong way, there were no buildings in sight, and the local scenery became rather... Well.. Not so Manhattan.