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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 ...
... the Rhine riverside – the wineries, the castles and the
riverside villages are so much more spectacular when cruising past than in any
Once at Boppard, we opted for the train with wheels tour. Stan
is still trying to perfect his selfies.
The highlight of the day was still sitting on the balcony of
the hotel watching ...
... nothing more relaxing than watching the river flow by.
The day was spent at the Nurburgring – Fun park for rev-heads. Stan and Dave enjoyed it.
Once we got home we needed some wine to enjoy our balcony. So began our wonderful relationship with Stefan and his Wine Paradise.
... friends and who wouldn't love that?? Martell and da Gyg flew in to Frankfurt on Wednesday and the festivies commenced. Since I had work, I got to see them for dinner - we went to an awesome Thai place near my work and then just walked around the city (it literally takes less than a day to see the entirety of what Frankfurt offers to tourists). The old town in the middle of the city is all of a couple blocks in length, there is a ...
... exec every single day (he sits by me, again, because although he hates my accent, he thinks I'm funny), there are a few people (read: one guy) who suck up to him so hard and it's absolutely awkward for all of the other people at the table. And the faces people make? Incredible. But this guy is so oblivious it's honestly just a shame. He's looking to move up and I just want to shake him and help him realize that ...