|Erna and I|
|Steve and I - see what I mean about this place being in a *neighborhood*?|
|Map on the brick/cobblestone road in Alt Sachsenhausen|
|These cute little golden apples were all over the roads of Sachsenhausen|
|It's something like picturesque - or at least certain parts of it are - in the daylight ;)|
|House Weissbier at one of the Sachsenhausen cafes|
|Zum Gemalten Haus, Frankfurt|
|I had the frankfurters in Frankfurt!|
|We all enjoyed some beer...|
|...and Steve was brave enough to have the tongue for dinner! Yes, that's right, tongue. He actually said it was pretty good :)|
As I mentioned in my post about our night out in Vienna, European bachelor and bachelorette parties are...different. In that they are somehow even louder and more obnoxious than any bachelor or bachelorette party that I've encountered in the States, plus they want to sell or trade things to/with you. Erna and Steve and I spent a good hour or two trying to avoid them before finally giving up and making our way to the train station at Schweizer Platz again. Erna would be meeting up with the friend she was staying with in the Zeil and Steve and I got a bar suggestion from them before we went our separate ways.
Needless to say, there wasn't much open in the Zeil even though it was only a bit after midnight on a Saturday night. The place Erna's friend suggested was a little hookah bar called Mosaiic and though we didn't smoke hookah, it was a cool little place - practically no one there and great comfy seats and a very...pretty atmosphere. I'm seriously not sure how else to put it.
|Mosaiic hookah bar in the Zeil, Frankfurt|
|Final "gratuitous picture of ourselves" from our Eurotrip!|
It was well after 2 AM before we were back in our room and we had to be up to catch an 11 AM flight. A friend had warned me that the Frankfurt airport can be very time consuming and because of that I set the alarm for an unGodly hour (despite a late morning flight)...though I'll save the