My last post of Frankfurt features photos taken over the one and half days we committed to stay in the city and not venture outside. A city that doesn’t have a lot to offer tourists but it was a great home for our long day excursions.
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Call a Bike
Old architecture against a new modern background
Tinkling the ivories on Zeil
The wall surrounding Dom/Kath. Pfarrkirche St. Bartholomaus cemetery
Inside the Jewish cemetery
An interesting mist fountain
Couldn’t get a table at the Haagen Dazs Restaurant. We had to settle for Starbucks across the street.
Dusty is alive and well in Frankfurt
Alte Oper Frankfurt
Quite the canopy for this restaurant
An accordion player provides background music on our stroll on Eiserner Steg
A daytime view of the financial district
A creatively trimmed tree surrounds a fountain
A walk along the Main
This was a great pit stop for us. Located in Hauptbauhnoff, after disembarking from the train, we’d stop here to grab a late snack to take back to our hotel.