Advena Motel Frankfurt

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Eschersheimer Landstrasse 204, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60320, Germany
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Costs about the same, but rated 17% higher than other 3 star hotels

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LOOKING FOR CHEAP TICKETS ON SPRING

by tratoria

Hi,

I would to fly Florida,USA to Frankfurt, Germany on April 2010. Pls can you give any idea where I can buy tickets for less that $700?

On last June I checked the tickets were USD678, now I double checked and I did not find nothing less than US$950. It is ridicuolus.

Pls, I really appreciate your feed backs. Thk you so much.

Re: LOOKING FOR CHEAP TICKETS ON SPRING

by GrumpyDiver

You are seeing a few different effects:

1. Last spring (beginning of May 2009) a $US would buy you about 0.75 Euro, while today, it will only get you $0.67 Euro (10.6% drop in the value of the $US);

2. Price for a barrel of oil beginning of last May (2009) was about $53 and today it is $72 (a 35.8% increase in the price of oil).

No matter which way you cut it, the price of travel will be significantly higher because of the weak $US, and you (and the airlines) will be paying more for imported products, such as fuel.

Re: LOOKING FOR CHEAP TICKETS ON SPRING

by GrumpyDiver

Sorry hit the return button before putting in my last point.

The world's airline lost a lot of money last year and cut prices to attract travellers while they made structural changes to their operations. They have now cut routes, reduced aircraft size and made other changes to reduce / eliminate their losses. A number of airlines went broke over the last 12 - 18 months, resulting in less competition. All of this means higher prices.

Last spring was an anomaly, and expect those low prices to continue is unfortunately not realistic.

Re: LOOKING FOR CHEAP TICKETS ON SPRING

by Venelin

Try Airberlin.com. They offer flights for some 260 USD one-way for certain dates in April. However, you will have to fly to Dusseldorf or Stuttgart from Miami or Fort Myers. Dusseldorf airport is more convenient, as it has train connections to many German cities, but Stuttgart is slightly closer, on the other hand.

I am quite clueless about trans-Atlantic flights, but I just saw these offers yesterday when randomly playing around with their website.

Hope this helps
Venelin

Re: LOOKING FOR CHEAP TICKETS ON SPRING

by Venelin

Sorry, my mistake, apparently I AM clueless. The price was in euro :(

Re: LOOKING FOR CHEAP TICKETS ON SPRING

by raimux

try http://www9.condor.com/tcf-us/index.jsp

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Going out in Frankfurt

by chicabonita

On this German webside you can find everything what's going on in town http://www.rhein-main.net/

You also find adresses of nearly every restaurant in town as well as top ten raking for the special types of restaurant like italian restaurants or "Appler Kneipen".

The website belongs to the magazine Journal Frankfurt which is issued every 2 weeks with all tips for going out and all other activities.

Or you can try this site www.prinz.de which also belongs to a magasin ... Check out this page, here you find English reviews on restaurants, bars, shops ...

www.qype.com

The reviews are from mainly from locals, on the German page you even find more tips.

Public Art - Rinz Memorial

by yooperprof

Sebastian Rinz (1782-1861) was an important landscape architect and designer who helped to plan Frankfurt's wonderful series of inner-city parks. This "necklace" of green space was created on what had previously been the ramparts of the inner city walls. Appropriately, the Rinz Memorial has the nature-lover peering out proudly from under one of his sylvan canopies.

The mystery of the growing hill

by christine.j

If you thought the only mysteries in Frankfurt were those of banks or insurance offices, no, that's not true.
Each year on the first of May a hill keeps growing. In the course of the next year it shrinks again, only to start growing again the next May day.Twice so far I have experienced this phenomenon.
The village of Nieder-Erlenbach organises a 10km and a 5km run each year on May day. The 10km consists of three laps up and down a hill.
Running the first lap, the hill is just that - a hill. It's during the second lap I first noticed this strange phenomenon. Running up, the hill is longer, is steeper, but while I was still wondering about this I had reached the top and was on my way down again.
But on the third lap there was no mistaking: The hill had grown into a full mountain, at least twice as long and three times as steep as before. Isn't that strange??

Only people who take part in the 10 km run can experience this, as the 5km does only one lap.

If you don't believe me - well, see you next year in Nieder-Erlenbach for the 10km. Good shoes and a sense of wonder.

Palmengarten Frankfurt

by Polly74

Visiting here you can experience flora from a variety of climatic zones within a park area of over 20 hectares and 9,000 sq/m of conservatory space.
Internationally renowned exhibitions and festive events offer an array of splendidly colourful programmes.

Siesmayerstr. 61
Stop U 6, 7 Bockenheim

Seligenstadt

by MichaelFalk1969

Seligenstadt is a pleasant little town on the banks of the river Main, between Frankfurt und Aschaffenburg. For a town of its size, Seligenstadt has numerous attractions:

- the Einhard-Cathedral
- a Benedictine monastery
- plenty of half-timbered houses (especially in the Rosengasse, "Klaa-Frankreich") in the historic Old Town
- the Steinheimer Tor (historic city gate)
- a beautiful central market square.

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Address: Eschersheimer Landstrasse 204, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60320, Germany