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Wheeling Miles Across The Main River, Frankfurt

SECOND DAY OUTING IN FRANKFURT... Just  Four stops away from the place we took the tram, this time we did a lot of walking and Aaron must have lost a lot of calories pushing me from one bridge to another.  There are certain parts that I need to do some hopping and not shopping.... But all in all, we did manage to cover the other side of Romer where the Main River is....

Weather was around ten to fifteen degrees, I wore three layers as usual and with a shawl to cover my legs... Only The one who control the wheelchair will sweat... Sorry about that, I guess I am getting heavier and lazier...nevertheless, we made it through the three days in Frankfurt with sweet memories to carry back with us....
Cruising along the river cost around  €8 but we didn't take it cos I need to hop some steps down...
Furthermore I think I will fall asleep, I normally do when I feel the breeze on my face....
Instead we cruised with our own legs and wheels...
At the Love Bridge....
But I did not lock any love there.... Only peace....
Wheeling across our first bridge....
Panoramic view....
Across the bridge....

The pathway to the ferry....
Another view from another bridge....

Standing tall holding on to his shoulder....
Oh... On the love bridge....
Taken from the streets... The Fall...
To the other side .....
Another part of the town.... Financial district...

Lutheran Epiphany Church....
And from there, we rolled into the market, bought some funny food anf had our late lunch at a Thai restaurant... It was almost 3pm and I ate a giant plate of fried rice! 
My tired and hungry look!!

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  1. What lovely weather! So beautifully sunny and 10-15, just nice! Yes, Aaron looks slimmer than before, but that's good!

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  2. Haha, your tired+hungry look pulak.. Looks more like tired, not so hungry wor..

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  3. the weather seems to be just nice at 15'C and a nice walk along the bank enjoying the beautiful views of both sides of the river is just a nice thing to do.. and hmm, that plate of rice is indeed HUGE!! plate huge, portion huge too!! brilliant, I can wallop it all~~

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  4. Nice weather and nice shots of the beautiful places. Hahah! The tired and hungry face with that smoky fried rice. I bet you finished it all up in no time!

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  5. Frankfurt is so nice and lovely! Now I feel even sadder that we were brought to Luxembourg instead. :(

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  6. Beautiful places & lovely shots.

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  7. you have too much love to be lock up at the bridge leh. See Aaron smiling so big jor .

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  8. Wheeling around can be quite tiring too. Love your giant plate of fried rice!

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  9. Beautiful fall colours. Thanks for sharing. Good exercise for your son. Can see from the last photo you are tired too. Have a good rest during the nights. Hope you sleep well. Take good care.

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  10. OMG!! Look at the gorgeous and beautiful autumn trees!
    Mummy and Sonny looked so loving together. Precious memories!

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