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Buying stuff at the airport

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Frankfurt IS a very depressing airport. It has steel netted seats and grey concrete floors. Very functional, but very depressing.

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Originally Posted By: seemore
Hasn't Heathrow got a flash star rated michelin reataraunt now?

Has anyone been to Frankfurt I have 7 hours there this year?

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If they do I bet it costs about 100 quid for a mini-tomato. It'll be a posh mini tomato of course with some dressing on it.

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Is that the Gordon Ramsay Restaurant in Terminal 5? I head straight for the nearest pub serving good ol pub food, get me a pint or 5 of some dlicious ale and fill up on my first taste of home-cooked style British food

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I never seem to have that much time in the airport - and I'm not going to complain about that! Usually just use up tons of coins and annoy the people on the tills in WHSmiths.

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On the way back this time I just couldn't go past the boxes of 48 Flakes for 20 quid. I had a tenner and about ten quid worth of coins so offloaded that and brought back with me the crumbliest, flakiest chocolate!

 

yummy

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Could easy spend a whole bunch on 'stuff I don't need' at the airport but give it wide berth. Otherwise.... I'd spend a whole bunch!

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