Monopol Hotel Frankfurt
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... on somewhere in Germany anywhere between August & October. We went to Germany's oldest pub and then a bus ride took us to our next town, Wurzburg where we hopped on bikes and rode for about 12 kms. We stopped at a beer garden for refreshments before back on the bikes for the return ride. Once again back on the bus to our German BBQ (Australian's ...
... in vinegar, topped with raw onions, and the bartender placed it in front of us with a bit of a smirk. Apparently the vinegar and raw onions part is what supplies the music, albeit later on, in the dish name. We all tried it, and almost as quickly as the first bit was in Daniel's mouth, he'd had enough and abandoned it. I didn't find it too bad, although it certainly wouldn't be my first choice of food. Dad loved it, and even scooped up all of the vinegar from each of the three bowls ...
So as I mentioned in my previous post, I'm writing from Frankfurt because things got a little crazy and I didn't have a chance to write about our adventures thus far before the plane connection fiasco! So while we were still in Podgorica, we decided for ourselves that it was rather boring, just as everyone we met had said. We saw all there is to see in about two hours, and had to plan something to do for the next day, the day before our flight, to ...
In the Old Town are several plazas, churches and the 600-year-old Romer, Frankfurt's city hall. All reconstructed. We split a brauwurst and grilled onion sandwich delivered to a walkup crowd. A brief shower slowed us down only for a few minutes. We were only approached by two panhandlers while in the area. They must have been out on strike.
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