Hotel Nassauer Hof
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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 ...
As we arrived after a very, very, VERY long day of travel, we are greeted in Ramstein by our amazing friends, the Dockstader's! Thankfully, because they were able to pick us up, it saved us from having to take the bus to Wiesbaden! We lived in the Army Lodge for about a week, which was nice because we didn't have anything but our suitcases with us. So for a whole week we got free breakfast, TV, a bed and free wireless, if you sense some sarcasm there, ...
My parents arrived in Germany yesterday, so today I tooke them to the pedestrian zone in Wiesbaden for lunch. We at traditional german food and had the best dessert of my life! The waitress called it a pancake (appfelflannkuchen?) and it had and apple and custard filling, with ice cream and whip cream on top. If Ben and I ever get date night again ...
... on offer. After lunch we were met by not one but 4 marching bands parading through the town. Let the battle of the bands begin, tubas at 20 paces. Adele's "Rolling in the deep" was hilarious, even more so than the striped shirts and knickabocker pants. We climbed and explored our first castle and generally fluffed around for the rest of the afternoon. We really are on holidays now. The next episode in a few days "Adieu gegenwärtig" Scot and ...