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Sporting goods shops !!!

by papa2

Hello to all !

I will be in Frankfurt in time of Prolight/sound mesee, and I will try to using this time also searching for this kind of stuff:"Bull’s Longlife Tips Long" It`s darts for soft boards. It can`t be found in my country so I want try to find it in Frankfurt. Could somebody knows such kind of shops, or maybe some online shops. Please someone. Tomorrow I will depart from Lettland to germany, but will still access to my e-mail. Please if someone has some info please send it to girts@riga.lv. Thank You.

Re: Sporting goods shops !!!

by christine.j

At both ends of the main shopping street Zeil there are sport stores, near the Konstablerwache there is Sportscheck, on the other end near the Hauptwache there is Kaufhof, a department store but with a good sports section. Behind the Katharinenchurch opposite of Kaufhof there is another very good sports store, but I cannot think of its name right now, sorry.

Here is a link to Sportscheck:
http://www.blackforest-tourism.com/

Re: Sporting goods shops !!!

by abalada

There is a dart shop in Neu Isenburg (17 minutes by S-Bahn from Frankfurt).
http://www.ryandarts.de/

Or send a mail to
info@embassy-sports.de
which is the distributor for Bull's darts. Thus they should definitely know where you can get these products in Frankfurt.

Travel Tips for Frankfurt am Main

Mainhatten

by Weissdorn

Frankfurt has the biggest skyscrapers in Europe. The best place to get an eyefull in on the Hauptwache. The Hauptwache is middle of town, once called the main police station. It's that little house you can see in my collage picture. It's also the start of the shopping mile, called the Zeil (prounounced Ts-aisle), a pedestrian shopping zone that runs between Hauptwache and Konstablerwache. For a good view of bustling Mainhatten, go up to the top floor in the department store, Kaufhof Galerie an der Zeil. The diner is called DINEA, and have a cup of coffee outside on the terrace.

Public Art - Schiller Memorial

by yooperprof

Friedrich von Schiller, from nearby Marburg, was an important Enlightenment era historian, poet and critic. He's probably best remembered as the author of the "Ode to Joy" which Beethoven set to music in the finale of the 9th Symphony. A contemporary and friend of Goethe, Schiller spent some time in and around Frankfurt, and is remembered with this memorial which is rather overshadowed by the Bundesbank towers.

Kommunikation Museum

by mauro_pd

German museum present in FFurt, Berlin, Hamburg and Nuernerg.
The permanent section is related to communications world evolution, from postal services to telephone exchanges; then some events are hosted.
I was there on January 2003 and a special section about former Eastern Germany communication monitoring (for controlling purpose) was open ... almost inkredible !!!
IMPORTANT: the FFurt one has a nice cafe' inside ...

Financial District Park

by mikey_e

Most cities, especially those associated with big business, tend to emphasize just how green and liveable they really are. I suppose that Frankfurt doesn’t feel that necessary, as I have had a rather difficult time finding out about this wonderful green space along Junghofstrasse after stumbling on it on my way back from the Alte Oper. It was winter, so the trees and shrubs were not green or in bloom, and there are was rather muddy and grey. Nevertheless, this expanse of green and parkland provides a nice break to the city’s financial district, and I suspect that it is used by more than a few of the office towers’ occupants to escape from the monotony of their desks.

Money Museum

by Nemorino

At the Money Museum of the German Federal Bank you can see exhibits about the history of money, about the (then controversial) transition from the German currency D-Mark to the European currency Euro, about how coins and Euro banknotes are made, and about why the Germans (and especially their Federal Bank) seem so obsessed with preventing inflation, even in times like ours when that is not the main problem.

All the explanations are in both German and English.

The Money Museum is located at Wilhelm-Epstein-Straße 14, on the grounds of the Federal Bank (Deutsche Bundesbank). It is open daily -- even Mondays, when many other museums are closed -- from 10.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m., except Wednesdays when the times are 1.00 p.m. to 9.00 p.m.

Admission (rather ironically, since this is a money museum) is free of charge.

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