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... south Tehran is poor... And more. All in a 20 minutes and well worth the fare.
The rental car has sat nav, thank goodnes. However, we are now on pretty familiar turf. We headed off to Bad Homburg for lunch at our favourite potato restaurant. Now we are in Usingen at one of our favourite little hotels, the Kaminstube and are meeting our friends, Adelheid and Joachim for supper.
... all around the area. David and I took many pictures. In some areas they had photographs of the destruction that took place in WWII. The photos showed the before and after reconstruction. Visited two Catholic churches that had been reconstructed as they once were. The architecture shows the influence of Dutch.
Our time is up and we must return to the airport.
Because I have special needs we get to board ...
... Song. I was stopped by some kind of parade of nations. One quarter of all Frankfurters are non-German, so it is a very cosmopolitan city. I saw several Latin America countries represented along with Vietnam and Spain.
There is a small portion of the city that is called the old town, although it’s really not that old. When Frankfurt was bombed during the war, most of it was rebuilt with ...
... in other places there were pots of well cared for geraniums. Perhaps the lawn mowing is left to the city. Also Frankfurt seems to me to be dirty despite having seen lots of people sweeping. Lots of cigarette butts between all the amazing cobbles. A couple of the others on the tour commented how clean Frankfurt is, so perhaps it's the comparison with Hong Kong, or purely the number of smokers.
One of the places we went to was the city planning office which ...
The heat is on and things are getting hot in the kitchen! Cooking with gas, pedal to the metal or whatever metaphor you chose to describe it, the action has been on for young and old. These are the types of phrases which are unable to be translated and the Germans have their fair share as well. Another thing they have is a lot of tongue twisters or Zungenbrecher (tongue breakers). Why ...