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Lydia Molea  Identity Verified
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What should we do? Jun 27, 2002

Ok, everyone, what would you prefer? Lunch? Early dinner? Later dinner? First coffee then dinner? I know some of you have somewhat of a drive...(btw. I think Düsseldorf is about 300 km away from Würzburg). Let me know, only 9 days to go!

 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Coffee, then dinner... Jun 27, 2002

...not too much of a rush getting there, but enough time to chat

 

LegalTrans D  Identity Verified
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I go along with Ralf... Jun 27, 2002

Afternoon to evening would be perfect...Dinner not too late, though. I will have to return the same night (300 km+).

Where's all the rest of the people? Shouldn't we beat the drum? There were a number of people who originally wanted to come to the powwow in February. Should we contact them?


 

Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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I know of two more... Jun 27, 2002

...and will beat the drum.

 

Lydia Molea  Identity Verified
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Wonderful! Jun 27, 2002

I will post another message in the forum, maybe not everyone has seen the other ones. I was thinking of a restaurant downtown Würzburg, if the weather is nice, we can sit outside ...

 

Astrid Cruse  Identity Verified
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excellent Jun 27, 2002

sounds excellent. let's pray to the weather god!

 

Lydia Molea  Identity Verified
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Agree with Astrid Jun 27, 2002

Dear colleagues, please refrain from any rain dances from now on until next weekend! We want sunny weather!icon_biggrin.gif

 

Lydia Molea  Identity Verified
Germany
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To Chris: Jun 27, 2002

You can always stay in a hotel till Sunday and then drive back. Just a suggestion ...

 

Izabella Kraus  Identity Verified
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Come on, you foreigner bunch : in Germany in Summer you go to a Biergarten! Jun 28, 2002

I can suggest a few with good, although not too fancy food. But whatever you decide, I am with youicon_smile.gif

 

Lydia Molea  Identity Verified
Germany
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Open for suggestions Jun 29, 2002

Please feel free to suggest a restaurant, I was thinking along the lines of Schönborn for coffee and Backöfele for dinner, because you can sit inside and outside in both. However, if you know of a better place, pls. let me know so I can make reservations.
I am really looking forward to this!


 

Chris Rowson (X)  Identity Verified
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Thanks for the suggestion Jun 29, 2002

You have inspired me to consider it ... it´s still an awful long way though.

 

Izabella Kraus  Identity Verified
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Some alternative suggestions: Jun 29, 2002

I was thinking of the beer gardens in Steinbachtal. There are two: Postkutscherl - smaller but very neat and has good food - mostly Italian. Volksgarten is a very big one, food is rather simple there but cheap and huge portions.
This, however, needs a car to get to, and I don´t have one. So it depends how many people would have cars.
Something more scenic and with a better view would be Schützenhof of Nikolaushof (excellent food), we could walk there if we wanted some excersise before dinner...icon_smile.gif or Alter Kranen is a nice beergarden, but I don´t know about the food there.
I don´t know Backöfelle at all, so I can´t say anything about it. I know "Sternbäck" is a nice place to sit outside as well...
I am sure it is gonna be fun!


 

LegalTrans D  Identity Verified
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Chris' long way from home... Jun 29, 2002

I think everybody would be happy to see you there, Chris. Consider it as a trip where you can combine pleasure with business. You can even write it off your taxes if you do it right. If you live anywhere near the Czech border, as you indicated, you won't have to travel much farther than I do.

Regards,
Volkmar


 

Izabella Kraus  Identity Verified
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Come on, Chris, Jun 29, 2002

treat yourself to a nice weekend. Würzburg is a great place to visit, and think of all the wonderful people you will get to know... And the wine of this region is worth tasting as well!

 

Chris Rowson (X)  Identity Verified
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Dresden Jun 29, 2002

or Praha-západ.icon_smile.gif

 
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