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Anyone know anything about Frankfurt?
03-01-2007, 12:19 PM
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Anyone know anything about Frankfurt?

Gotta go next week for Urk's brothers birthday. Have already booked cheapo flights with Ryanair, but have discovered that their airport, Hahn, is no more Frankfurt than I am. Apparantly it's over 120 odd miles away with no rail connection.

So don't know whether to dump the tickets and pay again for flights direct to Frankfurt. Anyone know this neck of the woods?

fanks.

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03-01-2007, 01:55 PM
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Anyone know anything about Frankfurt?
It's in Germany. :good:

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03-01-2007, 06:47 PM
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Anyone know anything about Frankfurt?
Frankfurt is mostly famous for inventing a kind of sausage that you boil in this plastic bag thingy.


Other than that, according to the Hahn Airport Website the bus to Frankfurt takes 1 hour and 45 minutes, and costs 12 Euro each way. However on the plus side, the airport has an "Erotic Shop" which might be handy for last minute birthday gifts. Or not.

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03-01-2007, 07:08 PM
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Frankfurt am Main ist die größte Stadt Hessens – zwischen dem größten Stadtwald des Landes und dem Mittelgebirge Taunus, jedoch nicht Landeshauptstadt (Wiesbaden) Nach Berlin, Hamburg, München und Köln ist Frankfurt mit über 660.000 Einwohnern die fünftgrößte Stadt in Deutschland. Einst Freie Reichsstadt, Wahl- und Krönungsstadt deutscher Kaiser, ist Frankfurt heute eine der reichsten Metropolen Europas und eine Banken-, Literatur- und Kulturmetropole.

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03-01-2007, 07:26 PM
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Patsy Wrote:Frankfurt am Main ist die größte Stadt Hessens – zwischen dem größten Stadtwald des Landes und dem Mittelgebirge Taunus, jedoch nicht Landeshauptstadt (Wiesbaden) Nach Berlin, Hamburg, München und Köln ist Frankfurt mit über 660.000 Einwohnern die fünftgrößte Stadt in Deutschland. Einst Freie Reichsstadt, Wahl- und Krönungsstadt deutscher Kaiser, ist Frankfurt heute eine der reichsten Metropolen Europas und eine Banken-, Literatur- und Kulturmetropole.
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03-01-2007, 09:15 PM
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I know! That concept couldn't really be adopted here though, could it? The same few old faces would crop up all the time.
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04-01-2007, 10:54 AM
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They don't use slow cookers there so take your own, best to check the voltage and plug type first though.

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04-01-2007, 11:43 AM
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I am bringing my own slow cooker. Think you met him a few years back.

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04-01-2007, 11:45 AM
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survivorfan Wrote:They don't use slow cookers there so take your own, best to check the voltage and plug type first though.


How do you know they don't use slow-cookers SF? I am sure the Frankfurters have chopped up a few sausages, popped them in the slow-cooker before going about their daily business.

Here is a traditional German recipe cooked in a slow cooker:

http://www.justgermany.org/germany/recipes/venison.asp

Sorry TE for going off topic and have only been to Germany once, and it was near Dusseldorf.

Have a blast anyway, I am sure it will be fun!

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04-01-2007, 04:44 PM
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You shouldn't need to take your own towels - they've got them everywhere.
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