FuFu Life in Frankfurt - Part Twenty One
23rd April 2010 | Aschaffenburg - Bayern
The amazing Schloss Johannisburg.
After the picnic, we walked around the inner city.
If you are looking for different kinds of landscape and an excellent choice of cultural and recreational offers, then Aschaffenburg is the place to go. Its landscape, climate and forests with 171,000 ha of outstanding natural beauty provide an excellent background for recreation. The parks in Aschaffenburg is very popular and always packed with people especially at the weekends.
Besides the town's landmark, the Königstein Castle ruins, other buildings are worth seeing in Aschaffenburg. The historical city centre is quaint and dainty. The paths and alleys provide a quiet alternative to the crowded pedestrian zone of the historical city centre that worth to walk around. The streets are clean and the peaceful parks made me wanna stay longer.
So after exploring around the vintage city centre, we had a layover at the historical English landscape garden that blessed with a wealth of ancient trees in the middle of the city create the enchanting atmosphere. Strolling around, spending time on the grass with friends, enjoying the sun, getting lost in the maze, are among the many options we enjoyed very much. People usually come here for a quiet lunch break or family picnic on sunny days.
Next destination was Schönbusch garden.
FuFu loves to lay down on the lawn!
Naughty, naughty, naughty!
Back to the bus terminal.
Train going to Wiesbaden will depart late.
Gotta wait for the next and faster regional train.
Going back to Frankfurt by the group+day ticket.
Finally the train bound for Frankfurt had arrived.
The little one didn't willing to leave.
Latin Americans really love beer.
Arrived Frankfurt at around 7.30pm. Still very bright.