Frankfurt: The Banking City, Life, and its Museums

15 Sept. I spent two days in Frankfurt, Germany. Thanks to Paul Nicholson, John McCabe, and of course to Mr Alva and my uncle Cyril D’Cunha.
The two days have been rainy; but not to deter my spirits.

Frankfurt - the Banking City
Frankfurt – the Banking City

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I enjoyed being here – though the financial, banking capital of the country, Frankfurt had a lot to offer. That famous area of Sacsenhaus houses so many museums! I managed to enjoy only one of them – Stadle. Could not spare much time for Museum of Communication and Museum of Film – two of those wonderful places I wanted to visit so much!
Never mind, I will be back!

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