Polar Opposite: Exploring Frankfurt, Germany

 

It is almost 3 months, to the day, since my time in Frankfurt, Germany.

Crazy.

Since arriving home I have…

  • Gone to a few weddings…
  • Done endless house chores
  • Moved in with my boyfriend πŸ™‚
  • and most importantly, I’VE STARTED SCHOOL.

What haven’t I done?

EDITED MY PHOTOS.

In Southeast Asia my blog and photos were a way to fill the hours when I wasn’t out and about. But when you are home, and not traveling the world, the hours disappear. They disappear into work, chores, socializing, etc.

But, now that I have been home for a while, it is time toΒ make time for my photos πŸ™‚

 

So, Frankfurt…

Essentially theΒ polar opposite of Southeast Asia. Everything seemed so clean and organized. Everything seemed so perfect.

Our morning started with breakfast

 

 

The best things about that breakfast

1.) BREAD

2.) NUTELLA

 

Then we went walking…

 

We found the Frankfurt Cathedral:

 

Frankfurt, Germany

 

Frankfurt, Germany

 

and then kept wandering…

 

 

I had heard Frankfurt was known for cider (Apfelwein) so I just had to try it!

 

 

Look at this handsome fella πŸ˜‰

 

Frankfurt, Germany

 

After the Apfelwein we sampled EXCELLENT chocolate ice cream. nomnom.

 

Frankfurt, Germany

 

The iconic RΓΆmerberg

 

 

 

Lunch of Currywurst (and beer)

 

 

While we were walking Dad had twisted his ankle, so after the Goethe House (no cameras allowed), Dad and Grace headed back to the hotel and I dragged my brother to the Palmengarten πŸ™‚

 

I can’t resist botanical gardens…

 

 

We actually returned to the Palmengarten later in the evening for dinner at Le Fleur. A.M.A.Z.I.N.G.

Not being an actual food blogger/photographer I always feel super awkward bringing my giant camera to fancy restaurants so iPhone photos only!

 

 

Overall, I loved Frankfurt, and you really only need 24 hours to explore all the city has to offer!

 

 


 

Love always,

Arianna the Wandering Pipette

 

 

 

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Polar Opposite: Exploring Frankfurt, Germany
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Exploring the streets of Frankfurt, Germany. Including the Frankfurt Cathedral, RΓΆmerberg, and Palmengarten.
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