Parkhotel Am Taunus
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Travel Blogs from Oberursel (Taunus)
... like a ski lift) up the hill to the Germania monument, built in 1871 for the reunification of Germany then walked the 5kms down the hill. Had a drink, then went shopping & back to the boat for lunch.
The next part of he Rhine is known for its castles, they were amazing, the cloud then started to move in so went inside for coffee & cake, like we needed more food.
Got a haircut, really impressed & only €18.
... over to Wash World and did laundry. Getting bad weather news from Wacken. They are experiencing quite a bit of rain. We went from 40 degree heat and no rain to 20 degrees and lots of rain! On the ICE train to Hamburg now and then a few more trains to Bad Bramstedt. WACKEN STARTS TOMORROW!!!!! ...
... hall, St Paul's Church, the old Town Centre, the current City Hall, as well as the Cathedral and the half timber houses that we have become so familiar with. We were also told that Frankfurt is a cultural centre also and the other side of the river is lined with vast variety of Museums. Another interesting fact was that there are only twelve butchers that are licensed to make frankfurts. We are also shown a beer house with a sign hanging outside the ...
... words from Old English have come to Modern English unaltered; those are easily recognizable (Hund = dog, for example; like the English "hound"). We learned enough to read menus...
The last thing that struck us about the trip was how devastating WWII was to many of the cities that we visited. Much was destroyed - a number of the cities have exhibits, chronicling the widespread destruction and the rebuilding that took place afterwards. The pictures ...
... Germans have an amazingly efficient train system....they hit all the marks and they really have things organized. We met a young lady originally from Ireland named Caroline. She is now is married to a German, and lives and works in Frankfurt. She gave us a few pointers and actually escorted us to the main area in central Frankfurt after we left the train. She was quite kind and made it very easy for us to navigate.