Mercure Hotel & Residenz Frankfurt Messe
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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 ...
Wow where to start... So I haven't blogged since the second leg of our flight. I found the second flight a lot better. Even though it was 12.5 hours long and I was unable to get much sleep, I didn't feel I needed to as it was light outside. I managed to watch a few movies and a whole series which was great. We also played a few games which where actually too hard so that didn't last long haha. We got three meals which ...
... 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 ...
... Alps when we went hang gliding in the morning and had a picnic staring at snow capped mountains in the afternoon. Garyn calls that day the best day of her life. We loved Lake Bled and Bohinj in Slovenia. And like so often on this trip, we've been humbled by the generosity and kindness of others who have enhanced our experience more than they'll ...
... the rest of the guests agreed with me making this queue the longest of the day, at 20-30 minutes. By contrast, most queues were short, from walk-on to 10 minutes long, which helped me to get through a lot in the time that I had. Part of the entertainment was simply walking through the park, which is divided into different sections representing different European countries and regions, in all their streotypical glory. Europa Park know how to do some good theming ...