Motel One Frankfurt-Niederrad

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Colmarer Strasse 2, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60528, Germany
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Forum Posts

Football Tickets.

by 10pele

Hi Frankfurt ,
My friends and myself will be in Frankfurt over the weekend 22 / 25 April 2011 and we would like to go to the Football Game between Eintracht and Bayern.
I know tickets will be difficult to get , but I will pay good money for 6 sitting down tickets togeather , we can agree a price and take it from there.
Or can anyone help or give me some imformation where I may be able to get some tickets from.
Hope You Can Help Me , A Football Lover .

Re: Football Tickets.

by christine.j

Try here:
http://www.eintracht.de/english/tickets/how_to_order_tickets/

But have a close look at the dates, since only the weekend has been set so far, not the actual day and time of the game. American friends of ours got caught in this, they had ordered tickets believing the game was on a Saturday and then it was moved to Friday, when they weren't here. They lost their money.

Re: Football Tickets.

by MichaelFalk1969

The website is correct, but in the past there were restrictions for people who wanted to buy tickets for this specific game, as the match against Bayern Munich is considered the most prestigious. In the past, holders of seasonal cards had the first choice to get tickets, and so it was sold out pretty quickly. (The restrictions didn`t apply for other matches). Though it is not exactly legal, I remember that black market salesmen sell last-minute tickets for outrageuos prices right before the stadium (the club tries to discourage this). I have no idea if they still do and never tried it, no idea what they would charge for a ticket. It is rather unlikely that tickets will be available on short notice at the ticket booth for this game. Good luck nonetheless

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Admiral's Club at Frankfurt International Airport

by Gypsystravels

If I'm traveling to or connecting in Frankfurt I will usually stop at the Admiral's Lounge here in the airport. It's conveniently located at the Gallerie level in Departure Hall B/C, next to a walking bridge near the Sheraton Hotel.

It beats having to wait in the general waiting area and the best part is that they provide you with some good snacks, drinks and reading material, conference rooms, showers and T-Mobile Hotspots and wireless internet.

Open daily from 7 am - 8 pm.

Architektur Museum

by chicabonita

Current exibition:
From 26 February - 6 April the Design Porposals for a new World Trade Center are shown. Where to find:
Deutsches Architektur Museum
Schaumainkai 43
60596 Frankfurt
http://dam.inm.de/

Frankfurt's compelling museum...

by flyingkiwi

Frankfurt's compelling museum cluster on the Main River bank includes 11 choices - from cinema and communications to folk art and sculpture, through ethnology, architecture, furnishings and interior design, to Jewish culture and classical and modern art. The Museum of Modern Art is known to some as the 'Slice of Cake' because of its daring architecture, designed by Richard Meier. All are within walking distance and most are free.

Locally called the 'Dom'. St Bartholomew's Cathedral is the outstanding church of Frankfurt. It was constructed in the 13th Century on the site of a ninth-century church. The elections of the Holy Roman emperors were held there; after 1562, the emperors were crowned in the church. It features a marvelous frieze depicting the life Saint Bartholomew.

Goethe's birthplace includes a museum and house, with everything from his law books to Frau Rat's Room.

The zoo, the largest in Germany, is one of Europe's best. Visit the Saturday flea market along the riverfront (8AM-2PM), or the one on Schaumainkai, below the Eiserner Stag (9AM-2PM)

Odenwald

by alza

Steppenwolf, Veste Otzberg

The Odenwald is an ancient forest that winds its way into river valleys south of Frankfurt-am-Main. Nature here is bucolic and filled with medieval legends. Small towns appear at every turn, very inviting with their half-timbered houses on market squares, and old stone fountains.

The Odenwald measures 80k long (between the Main and the Neckar) by 64k wide. It's a pleasant day ride by car but I could have spent two days along the Nibelungenstrasse and the Siegfriedstrasse, easily! The climate is very mild, the air is fresh and the many springs are straight out of Wagner's epic tale. A popular excursion is to hike to the Felsenmeer (Sea of Boulders) for a good view over the ancient forest valley. The rock cascades on the ridge are legendary and said to have been made by a battle of Titans...

All this puts one in a state of mind that welcomes mystery and legends... In the 14th century, a knight from Neunkirchen called Hans von Rodenstein won a beautiful lady at a tournament but then abandoned her. Later as he was dying in a battle, he was doomed to be hunted by the hounds of hell, who chased him across the Odenwald. The story goes that Odenwälders have heard the terrible complaint of the knight's spirit, a long wail coming from the sky and seen as a bad omen if it comes to Neunkirchen castle...

I had read this story before my day in the Odenwald but when I reached Veste Oztberg and saw that stone wolf wailing to the sky... it hit a nerve. And made me think of Steppenwolf, the book, so that's how I called this picture.

I found out since that "Veste" is a old word for fortress castle. Veste Oztberg sits on top of a hill and is famous for its round white tower in the middle of the courtyard. I finally found a beautiful video of the place, made by the "burgher" Rolf Tilly. He re-enacts games and military manoeuvers from the Middle Ages, jousts and tournaments, while his wife watches over the kitchen and great refectory where traditional meals are served (in great merriment!) Everything looks so good, now I'm sorry the place was closed when I reached Veste Oztberg. What a good reason to return! :)

Nature Reserve Kühkopf-Knoblochsaue

by MichaelFalk1969

This nature reserve is supposedly the biggest in the state of Hessia. It is roughly 1/2 an hour by car from Frankfurt and though off the beaten path, well worth the visit if you like hiking (or cycling) and nature. This beautiful nature reserve is located in a river bend of the Rhine that is dominated by sandy creeks, wetlands, willow woods and a few meadows. It is a bird paradise, and there are a few viewpoints from where it is easy to spot swans, ducks, storks etc.

Entry point to the nature reserve is Stockstadt (take motorway A5 direction Darmstadt, exit Darmstadt/Griesheim, in Griesheim drive direction Wolfskehlen and then Stockstadt - in Stockstadt the reserve is signposted, blue signs). From the parking lot you walk over a bridge and there you are.

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Address: Colmarer Strasse 2, Frankfurt, Hesse, 60528, Germany