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Vecchio 21-09-2014, 01.37.16
voyager1space@gmail.com
 
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Hi there.

I'm doing the marathon in Frankfurt in October and staying for three nights.

I've heard it's not the most exciting city, maybe enough for 1 day to look around.

My plan was to spend the first day there, then go to Nuremberg for another day.

Any suggestions for day 3 or in general?

I'm interested in museums and WW2 history (hence Nuremberg).

Thanks!

Ed.
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Vecchio 22-09-2014, 11.16.16
Frank Hucklenbroich
 
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Am Sat, 20 Sep 2014 16:37:16 -0700 (PDT) schrieb [email]voyager1space@gmail.com[/email]:
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> Hi there.
>
> I'm doing the marathon in Frankfurt in October and staying for three nights.
>
> I've heard it's not the most exciting city, maybe enough for 1 day to look around.
>
> My plan was to spend the first day there, then go to Nuremberg for another day.
>
> Any suggestions for day 3 or in general?[/color]

How about spending a day in Cologne? They have a fast train ("ICE") going
from Frankfurt to Cologne in one hour. You get out at the main train
station in Cologne ("K÷ln Hauptbahnhof"). From there you walk it to the
Cathedral and the river Rhine. When the weather is nice, you can make a
round trip with one of the ships on the Rhine.

Sounds more interesting to me than Frankfurt.

Regards,

Frank
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Vecchio 23-09-2014, 09.45.01
Giovanni Drogo
 
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On Mon, 22 Sep 2014, Frank Hucklenbroich wrote:
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>> My plan was to spend the first day there, then go to Nuremberg for
>> another day.[/color][/color]

Places like Mainz, Wiesbaden, Darmstadt, Aschaffenburg, Limburg,
Wurzburg, Michelstadt are all within easy train reach. Some of them are
not utterly interesting but are fine for a few hour trip. The most
interesting are possibly Wurzburg and Mainz. A scenic possibility is
navigation on the Rhine from Mainz to Koblenz. Or some walk in the
hills ... the Odenwald is probably too south, but some Taunus place like
Bad Homburg should be reachable by S-Bahn.
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Vecchio 24-09-2014, 11.30.19
Jack Campin
 
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>>> My plan was to spend the first day there, then go to Nuremberg[color=blue][color=green]
>> for another day.[/color]
> Places like Mainz, Wiesbaden, Darmstadt, Aschaffenburg, Limburg,
> Wurzburg, Michelstadt are all within easy train reach.[/color]

And Heidelberg and Marburg. I'd pick Heidelberg if I could only
do one.

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Vecchio 25-09-2014, 09.44.43
Martin
 
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On Wed, 24 Sep 2014 10:30:19 +0100, Jack Campin <bogus@purr.demon.co.uk> wrote:
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>>>> My plan was to spend the first day there, then go to Nuremberg
>>> for another day.[/color]
>> Places like Mainz, Wiesbaden, Darmstadt, Aschaffenburg, Limburg,
>> Wurzburg, Michelstadt are all within easy train reach.[/color]
>
>And Heidelberg and Marburg. I'd pick Heidelberg if I could only
>do one.[/color]

Me too!
--

Martin in Zuid Holland



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Vecchio 25-09-2014, 10.34.49
Giovanni Drogo
 
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On Wed, 24 Sep 2014, Jack Campin wrote:
[color=blue][color=green][color=darkred]
>>>> My plan was to spend the first day there, then go to Nuremberg
>>> for another day.[/color]
>> Places like Mainz, Wiesbaden, Darmstadt, Aschaffenburg, Limburg,
>> Wurzburg, Michelstadt are all within easy train reach.[/color]
>
> And Heidelberg and Marburg. I'd pick Heidelberg if I could only
> do one.[/color]

Yes, I forgot Heidelberg, which I considered a bit too south, also for
some reasons I was assuming the train connection needed some more
changes, but I haven't checked recent situation.

May add also Worms and Speier
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