- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... story later... The day before Christmas Eve was a busy one, as many people were in the city of Frankfurt (including us) to do some last minute shopping. I took this opportunity to check out Frankfurt's Jewish Museum. One thing I found interesting when we parked in one of the city's parking lots was the different types of parking that was available. In the U.S., we have regular and handicap parking at most places, but in Frankfurt, I saw two other types of parking spots, clearly ...
We made it to Frankfurt! Happy New Year to everyone as well!! The flight was a little crazy. Fully booked to the point where once they loaded the luggage they had to recalibrate everything as the load was too heavy! Then we hit some crazy turbulence! Roller coaster feeling in my tummy! I was getting a bit nervous as things were rattling everywhere and a cart even fell over! Definitely glad to be on solid ground. So ...
... and will see if this blogs so to speak. This morning was a bit of a magical one, I should step back and say that snow is not something new for me, I was raised with it and when you have to go to school and work in it day after day its ..... well its a bit ho hum. This morning we needed to be up and out early, so we did not take too much notice of what was going on outside, had our first German breakfast of the trip and I ...
... waiter service for our every need. The cruise was along the Rhine through the UNESCO listed river gorge and its collection of riverside villages. At each stop, there was movement both on and off the paddlesteamer, passengers with bikes, luggage or just cameras. The Rhine flows with such force, that even when stopped, the paddlewheel had to keep on turning to maintain ...
... Heine when I did German A-level over thirty years ago, so it held a special interest for me!
After a lovely coffee, we set off on the zigzag walk that took us up past the privately owned burg (castle) to the top of the Loreley where there was a great panoramic view up and down the river. It certainly is narrow at this point. With its eddies and tight bends plus the reef at Bingen further downstream, this mountainous section is ...