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I went to the Goethe House next to the Goethe Museum, pretty close to the Eating Street where we can enjoy typical German culinary. Then I continued to enjoy Frankfurt Skyline. Most of the tall buildings there are actually banks. Frankfurt is famous as the location of the European Central Bank. Among the buildings, I saw a Euro sculpture.
Not far from there, I found the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. There are bull and bear in front of it. A bus stopped in front of the bull and bear and all the passengers hurried to take pictures with them. Then, the passengers all hopped in the bus again. I was amazed to see them stop only for a photo. Somehow, the bull reminded me of New York. It's very similar to that one in Wall Street. But in New York, they don't have the bear.
Thing that makes me thrilled is the Jewish Holocaust Memorial. It's a long wall where there are thousands of Jewish names with a stone above each name. The memorial brought me back to the World War era and the thought of concentration camp. Life was really not easy here.
I passed by Eschenheimer Turm in downtown Frankfurt where the Alte Oper located and some fun BierBikes with their happy riders passed by occasionally. Then, I walked back to Kaiserstraße and to the hostel near Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof. I took my belongings and walked to catch the train.