It has been a while since we popped into town. We avoid it on Saturdays as it gets far too crowded for our liking. We only made a short trip on Saturday as Daniel was desperate for a haircut.
I investigated the nursing room at Galeria and was pleased to find the rocking/ arm chair that the hospital had. I locked myself in the room (only one room, unfortunately) to nurse Theodore, wishing I could have that chair at home too.
Daniel decided to pamper himself. Instead of having JUST a haircut, he had his face shaved and eye brows trimmed at Ginza Matsunaga too. That explains why Theodore and I waited more than an hour for him. Oh well, I reckon he deserves a little pampering. Now, I’m looking forward to my own pampering time!
As I was waiting (and Theodore was sound asleep), I took some photos of the less crowded area of town.
Check out the spiral patterns on cobbled street.
Wondering why the street was so empty? It’s where all the branded goods are. Not my cup of tea – I can’t afford, and can’t appreciate.
I love the sound of water flowing at the fountain. For obvious reasons, fountains are dry in winter.
Conclusion: I don’t enjoy the crowd (and smoke) in town. Sticking to the south side of the river in Frankfurt!