FUN IN FRANKFURT
Flying to Frankfurt with Enterprise gave us an appetizer of German culture, customs and more. We saw firsthand how global mobility is woven into the fabric of EHI’s culture. We followed Anna Lee from the Frankfurt airport all the way to her hometown in Rudesheim where she shared customs, stories, traditional food and attire before we lifted off into cable cars above the local vineyards.
We explored the exquisite Frankfurt main train station. This industrial beauty is known as the busiest train station in Frankfurt. Having been built in 1888, it’s impressive how well it stands the test of time. The neoclassical architectural style was just a taste of all that was to come in the following days.
Next we traveled along Frankfurt am Main to catch a stunning vista of the city. Being a hub of design, culture, and food, this was the perfect place to learn more about what this country has to offer and how Anna may have spent her time while she worked at the Frankfurt airport.
Frankfurt was a wonderful mix of new and old in a culture that’s ever-evolving. Our first few hours were filled with exploring and mapping out the city by foot. We explored neighborhoods, enjoyed a glass of their ever-famous Riesling wine along the river and admired the historical architecture.
Once we made it to the small town of Rüdesheim am Rhein, the team enjoyed carbs as we watched Bācker Dries share their baking process with us. Anna’s mom joined us for lunch before the group headed up the vineyards in cable cars to check out the scenic views.
To wrap our weekend in Frankfurt, we visited the Deutsches Filmmuseum with a permanent exhibition on the various aspects of film. They also hosted a temporary exhibition on Stanley Kubrick. All-in-all it was a trip to be remembered and a great shoot in a new country.
That’s a wrap