Relexa Hotel Frankfurt/Main
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- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... same mixed feelings as when we were about to leave. A little impatient, a little sad, a little emotional and very happy.
* We hope the girls will remember a few moments, feelings, smells or tastes. * We think they've grown and learned a lot. They gain a few English words, a passion for wild animals, nighttrains and strange food, some strange habits they'll have to lose ... But above all an even bigger curiosity ...
... 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 ...
... gate the lady needed to input the visa, so she ploddingly went thru her screens to input the visa. Then she specifically asked if I was impressed how fast she was? I was tired, it had been a long day, long bus ride, wrong terminal, I just wanted to go on my flight, and no I wasn't impressed by her speed.
... The last night for us in Amsterdam they came home, having been out with friends, around 3am. Ah, such energy.
The Netherlands was lovely. It was cold, but fine most of the days. John and I did go and see photo exhibition by the now famous Vivian Maier (we saw the documentary about her on the plane - highly recommended) as well as an amazing grand old home where they had a private collection of paintings, ...
Back in Germany, I remembered the wise words of a wonderful woman I met in Arizona who understanding loss advised me to "do things that you would never have done with the person you are missing". Well Hiking in the Himalayas had not made it on the 'to do' list over the last 30 years so before I knew it, I'd paid my £350 non-refundable registration fee and bodly announced my intention on Facebook so there was no going back!