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Affordable Stay At Pension Alpha Hotel In Frankfurt

WE STAYED IN A MODEST HOTEL CALLED PENSION ALPHA... It is just five minutes walk from the train station, very convenient for us to move about especially we have to take the tram to visit the city.   At first we didn't notice much of the name but after we checked in, we know why it is called Pension Alpha! 

Let me talk about the hotel, I highly recommend this cos it fits my disability in the room.  Most important is the toilet... There is a slab in the bathroom which I could sit on when I shower and the toilet is near to the sink, It is big enough to put a plastic chair near the sink to do my cleaning... Phew... I was so relieved for I was longing for a good shower!!  
As for the room, there are three beds near to each other... I like... We can have a good bonding before we call it a night....
We stayed three nights here... £50 for each of us which is quite reasonable....
Only setback is I have to hop down six steps to the lift each time we go out...
No complaints about that as long as I can hold on to someone's shoulder.... 😀
Since we stay near to the train station, we had our dinner there on the first night...
So many outlets and much to choose from...
But of course, we chose this... Our first Pork Knuckle in Germany... 
And my friend could not resist the belly as well.... 
With another plate of large potato fries and hot drinks, we were completely satisfied....
After dinner, we had a short stroll around the vicinity....
It was already dark around 6pm... Day is short....
How Hauptbahnhof looks by night.....
After a short stroll, we called it a night....
Wanted to be fully energised and recharged the next day to go downtown.....

As for the hotel, we guessed that it is manned by a few pensioners cos those on duty are all elderly men... Only one of them speak simple English...at first they seem unsmiling but after greeting them whenever we go in and out, they are much friendlier and generous with their smiles.... Well... Cute!!

Comments

  1. Oooooo...German pork knuckle!!!! I super duper like!!! Where are the sausages, the frankfurters, the bratwursts...nom...nom...nom!!! Yummmmmm!!!!!

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  2. That's a big piece of pork knuckle..I am sure you will miss eating rice soon.

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  3. I'm cutting down on eating pork, but the pork knuckle is very tempting...

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  4. so it's "Pension Alpha" with a reason huh?? manned by elderly and the place even the room is very friendly to people who have inconvenience in moving around..

    oolala pork knuckles and pork belly.. crunchy crispy and tender juicy!!! :p

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  5. Room looks very cosy and comfortable.. Wah, dinner selections look so good leh..I see salad, pasta, sausages, wah, syiok !!

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  6. German pork knuckles!!! looks good and gets me drooling!

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  7. Oh yes! You tried the German pork knuckles and pork belly :) How about the sausages? To much meat, right? hee..hee...

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  8. 5 minutes walk r 5 minutes "hop" LOL...joking la. Aiyer...the oink oink really make me lau hau sui jor

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  9. I heard that they do not provide any sauce to accompany the pork knuckle. Is that true?

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  10. So many yummy food to choose from but I love your choice of pork knuckle and pork belly.

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  11. Good choice of hotel when it is so near the station.
    I would do the same when I visit Japan every year otherwise it would be crazy to walk for miles.
    Their huge pork knuckles look very well done and crispy!

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