City64 wrote:zuricity wrote:City64 wrote:zuricity wrote:TomS wrote:As for Hoffenheim, stay in Heidelberg. Hoffenheim' got a motorway service, a direct train line to Heidelberg and one of those
new outoftown grounds.
Heidelberg is nice, lot of bars and hotels.
What i just said Tom ^^^
Mind you if they all fly cheap to that remote "Frankfurt Hahn" airport they'll never get to Heidelberg, nevermind Walldorf / Hoffenheim
Heidelburg , think we might be having some of that fabulous part of Germany ! Get em in Zurich !
Be happy to get 'em in . Your problem might be that it takes 7 minutes to pour a Pils properly . You might have to stack the orders.
Now if we can only drag Carl away from Benidorm for a couple of days , he might be able to cough up the dough for those to Feckin Yaya beers ( his idol )
Can get return flights (Ryanfuckingair) Manchester to Frankfurt for around £60 , train from Frankfurt to Heidelberg around 12 euro , hotels in Heidelberg a bit pricey but working on it . Hoffenheim ground is in the absolute middle of nowhere but easy to get to I think . Im in Berlin for a few days in November aswell , Mitte district absolutely stunning vibrant historic with possibly the best beer I have ever supped !
Hoffenheim is easy to get to IF you have a car ( from Frankfurt) .
Three hours by train from Frankfurt Airport ( it is not on the high speed train line)
it's almost on the crossing between two of the heaviest travelled Autobahns in Germany - and the most bleedin Accidents ( all travel fast)
the A5 and the A6.
A tip might be to look at what Sinsheim has ( hotels)
it is close by.