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4 Night Layover in Frankfurt

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On our way to the Holy Land in November, we have an extended layover in Frankfurt to acclimate to the time change and to wait for the rest of our tour group. We have 4 nights/days before we joint them. We've spent all our time researching the Holy Land portion of this trip.

We've never been to Germany and I'm embarrassed to say have absolutely no idea what we should do. Do we stay in Frankfurt? Do we hop a train for somewhere else? We will not have a rental car. Our layover was last minute so we are clueless as to how to make the most of our time during our layover.

We love to shop, see the countryside, sight-see, maybe a museum or two.

Any hotel/lodging suggestions would be great. We prefer Starwood properties, but not opposed to others.

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