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A reality-check about what was going on before the wall
all shops are closed after6 o'clock
In a nutshell
But in any case worth a visit!
I had a problem when I was in Jena. I sent quite a lot of mail, but none of it ever arrived. I was sending my letters from small shops that sold stamps and had postboxes (but not official German post). I would pay for my stamps and leave. The guy behind the counter would take my money, put it in his pocket and throw my letters away. I even told the police about this scam, but they didn't do much.
The lesson learned? Always have them put on the stamp in front of you - or better yet, do it yourself. This tactic has served me well all over the world, from Cambodia to Bolivia.
Updated Apr 8, 2003
Miscellaneous: Rainy season: There is no special rainy season
Avg. Temp. in Spring: max.: 9 – 20°C ( 49 - 68°F ); min: 2 - 9°C ( 36 - 49°F )
Avg. Temp. in Summer: max.: 22 – 24°C ( 72 - 75°F ); min: 12 - 14°C ( 53 - 58°F )
Avg. Temp. in Autumn: max.: 7 – 19°C ( 45 - 66°F); min: 2 - 11°C ( 36 – 51°F )
Avg. Temp. in Winter: max.: 3 – 6°C ( 38 - 43°F); min: -1 - 2°C ( 30 - 36°F )
Updated Sep 6, 2002
Local side, Carl Zeiss Jena, had a home game while we were in town. Season 2007/8 they were in 2 Bundesliga, and relegated to the new 3 Bundesliga at the end of it. Just watching one game I suspect scoring goals was the problem, several decent chances were created but only one scored.
The game against VfL Osnabrück finished 1-1 on a very wet evening. Enjoyed my visit, a pretty much unspoilt stadium, it's great to be able to stand behind the goal, have a beer and get soaked, and at just 9 euro to get in it's what watching footie is all about.
Updated Aug 15, 2008
Address: Ernst abbe sportfeld