Parkhotel Am Taunus
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Although we dreamt and planned a lot for this journey, we never thought about the last part.
Waiting between our last two planes, we still have one question:How do you end such an overwhelming adventure before getting back to the real world of bills, plumbing problems and work but also friends, family, weekends and summerbars? I guess by putting the best pics on your screensaver and planning the next one :-)?.
... hitting the tourists. We arrive at our hotel and our adorable porter, Marco, checks us in and shows us how to work the actual turn of the century lift...up to our room. We snack on gorgeous cheese and prosciutto Cliffy and Sandy have gracious provided for us...then we are off to see the city. What a city it is! Full of the historic fountains, buildings and performers throughout the night, flame throwers, harpists and mimes. The people ...
... we had to come all the way to Frankfurt to enjoy a sit down Pizza Hut pizza. By now my head cold had zapped the remainder of my energy and it was time to head home. We found the local subway station and headed back to our station and the short walk home. The hotel we are staying at is fairly basic, and the internet speed and access much less than desired. There is no chance of updating my online blog here! Tomorrow we are off on the train to ...
Guest writer: Dan
Sorry about the title Toby insisted on a pun.
Having left the coffee shop yesterday morning we headed to Amsterdam central station via a local supermarket to pick some lunch for the journey ahead (I had a croissant and shared some lovely waffles with Angus if you were wondering).
When the train arived we found our pre-booked seats and settled down for the 4 hour journey, ...
... The Max Beckmann exhibition was Beckmann's output in the last 3 years of his life when he went to the US before he died in Dec 1950. These works are strong, 'expressionistic' with thick black outlines/edges to the figures and landscapes, they are not photo- realistic by any means. He had a long career and was influenced by his terrible experiences as a medic in world war I. He reminds me of Roualt another painter whose works ...