Relexa Hotel Frankfurt/Main
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- Smoking rooms available
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- High-speed internet in room
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tonight a small group of us , all took a walk into mainz central to try and find a bar ....
the only bar we could find was pretty empty and had not athmosphere .
so we decided to go for a walk further into town to try and find a new spot ..
on the way I stopped a german girl . and I asked her where the is to go and have some ...
... bad. I am REALLY stiff from all that sitting though, and sitting seems to be the plan from now until we arrive in Lyon. I am going to love finally getting out, breathing some fresh air, and walking around the city. I was planning to get Euro at an ATM and maybe get some food, but the machine ate someone's card so I got paranoid and changed my mind. I'guess I'll just read and talk to my classmates until it's time to get on our connecting flight. I'll report back when I am in Lyon, ...
... were far from over, I was heading to another market the very next day! This one was in the very touristy city of Rüdesheim. Simon's parents said a bunch of American tourists go there, often because of the famous wine there, as well as the very famous Rhine River, which is massive in size (expands through 6 countries) and was very famous during war times. I got to try special glüwein from this area, which was made with white wine instead of red. I ...
Day 18: November 18th
We have done it. Just yesterday we were stranded in central Berlin, Germany without a flight back home. We handed over our keys to our room just in time to catch a cab to the airport. luckily enough the flight from Frankfurt ...
... almost at the junction of terminals 1 and 2 and I usually walk through terminal 1 because it's a diversion to go through terminal 2. This time, though, I had plenty of time so I turned left into terminal 2 and took the skytrain to terminal 1.
The skytrain in Frankfurt is quite clever because it serves both airside and landside. The airside passengers travel in one half of the train from platforms at one side and ...