Vacation time is free time. Happy are those who stayed at home. Sounds weird. Now, wait a minute. I have pretty good points. :-)
Den, no matter if an adventure soul or a sloth slumbers within us. (I confess myself frankly and freely to the latter ): Never was the city more beautiful, because it was empty. There's plenty of room in cafes and on the streets. We need to wait less long, which already relaxes us turbo. And also less looking for a free seat. At the moment the sun is taking a breather. But even if it rains and we want to go to the museum - space, peace, everything's fine.
When the sun shines, everyone hangs around in the outdoor pool. But that's part of the nature of things. Everything else would be like a cocktail without a mix.
Whoever now belongs to the hardcore of you who only really blossom in the rain in the outdoor pool - please, everyone may be happy in his own way - has the pool on the outskirts more or less for himself.
Although “in the morning in all Hergottsfrühsport“ not one of my favourites, I am nevertheless happy about these five things, which are much more fun in an empty holiday city. We are now virtually alone….
* Grill in Lilu. Rent a grill, listen to sausages on the grill and the Main river splashing. Please note: your own disposable barbecues are not allowed!
* Sit for hours at Schweizer Platz in Café Fellini and enjoy the free space.
*Time for sports: learning something new. How about a game Quidditch? Harry Potter fans among you? Then off into the Günthersburgpark.
* Green and animate the Berger Straße. In one of Frankfurt's most popular and beautiful districts, Bornheim, the next few weeks will be round and colourful. Seven oases are to be created. The action „Lust auf Leben“ motivates residents to actively design the longest shopping street in the city.
What do you enjoy most about it right now?
Weseler Werft, Eckhardtstraße, 60314 Frankfurt (Ostend)
STOFFEL (Stahlburg Theater Offen Luft) until the 14th anniversary of the war. August in Günthersburgpark, 60389 Frankfurt
Quidditch: Contact via Facebook (see link above)
Café Fellini: Diesterwegstraße 1, 60594 Frankfurt (Sachsenhausen)