- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... way past where we were supposed to be and got to see the beautiful Christmas markets and decorations in the main square! Lunch was delicious- real German schnitzel with mushrooms and potatoes!!! Yum! Afterwards Beate took us back to the markets where we tried sugar-coated almonds and walked all the way down to the river :) We visited the Frankfurt Cathedral and walked the 328 steps up the Cathedral tower- haha a decent hike! It was a spiral concrete ...
... spend a lot of time hanging out of our four story window just watching Frankfurt. We ended up getting to sleep at 19.30 (Germany works in 24 hour time haha) we woke up at 8.30 ready for our breakfast which was complete with different types of sausage, cheesecake, brownie and donuts. We then went exploring around the train station - every train station has many levels with about as many shops as Saint Lukes in it! We ...
... to every kind of ham and salami to fruit and yoghurt, eggs, sausages and toast, cereals and baked beans and of course pastries, donuts and even cheesecake! We went to bed VERY early last night and got a good 12 hours sleep which we needed! Today we have been walking around the city and are meeting with a friend of Lee's for lunch :) The weather is cloudy and 2 degrees- nice and refreshing! Hope you're all well ...
... were done, like it was soup. The best bit was when the bartender came to collect our bowls and asked how it was, and when Dad said he loved it, this bloke thought he was a freak - he couldn't stand it, didn't get the fuss about the dish at all! Once we were done, we headed off back towards the river, and stopped in at another little old pub for another drink - we decided this was probably the best way to work our way back into the city centre. We crossed the bridge across the river ...
... its width throughout. Gedeonsecke was the favourite spot of a local Boppard parson who wrote many songs and poems and claimed to have got his inspiration from the view. His pseudo-name was Gedeon, which, being a parson, I am guessing he pinched straight out of the bible (Gideon)!
We walked around the woodland at the top for a couple of hours inspecting a mountainbike park in great detail, but not venturing onto it because ...