Mercure Hotel Frankfurt Airport
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The German train system is on strike until Monday. That is all BUT the ICE (intercity express) trains. So we did catch our 6:45 AM train from Brussels to Frankfurt. It was a little eerie to see all the trains parked. There were a few running but in most of the stations, like Koln and Bonn, we were the only train.
On the way to pick up the rental car we had this great Iranian cab ...
... informed me at check in that she had also booked me into my mammoth 10.5 hour flight and has assured me I have a window seat. Even though she couldn't see the flight seating plan, she assures me that by putting me in seat "K" I will surely have a window as the seats are usually in groups of threes. Clever chick. ABC DEF GHI JKL...oh...errr...well she must have meant groups of twos AB CD EF GH IJ KL...great! Attached picture summarises my emotions after just one small leg of the ...
We arrive in Frankfurt around 11:00 a.m. David gets instructions on and where to take the train into the city. As we ride along I noticed that the color of the leaves are now turning yellow and orange. The country side is just beautiful. The part of the city that we saw was mapped out like a
big mall. No traffic! You can walk in every direction and not have to cross a street. MY feet are holding up as we are going ...
... with their German accents! Still without a problem we were able to quickly find our way through the Airport in Germany and briskly find our way to our terminal for our flight to Turkey with only 5 minutes to spare!
A few hours later we finally arrived to TURKEY! It was hard to adjust because Turkey is 7 hours ahead of the USA, but that was the only the start of it. An hour after we arrived we had a concert at St. Antion/Istanbul ...
... too small and too expensive. The whole day was spent wandering around. Not aimlessly at ll because John was very successful indeed in reading the map. But we didn't really do much apart from walking which became very tiring. Stopped a few times to buy local stuff. Samosas in one place, coffee and a very nice sweet in another and then bruschetta and wine /beer in an italian style place where prices were not reflecting the local level. The kind of place ...