Hoffenheim away travel

Marvin

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Some background: Hoffenheim is small - but it is part of the Rhine-Neckar Metropolitan Region

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhine-Neckar

Have you visited the Grube Messel https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Messel_pit - as you seem to be into that topic?
No. My only visit was to the Reis crater that was to do with Asteroid impacts but I studied a course in my undergraduate degree on Past Ecosystems which covered two Periods. One was the The Jurassic Solnhofen Limestone (laid down I believe at the same time as the clays that hold the North Sea Oil were laid down, and the other was the Holzmaden Shale). I recall that the Holzmaden Shale and the Solnhofen Limestone and the Reis crater were all located near the Schwabische Alb (German for Alp). The asteroid impact was thought to be part of a binary asteroid, and there's another smaller crater to the South West of Nordlinger called Steinheim. Apparently to the East you can find green glass called tektites which is melt from the impact that was ejected from the impact crater. It is very interesting. Astronauts from the Apollo mission went to the Ries crater as part of their preparation for the moon landings.
 

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a friend staying in Frankfurt has just text to say an Irish bar has been rushed by a gang of hooded lads. hope all blues are safe.
 

DannyBoy2890

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Great evening at the beer festival in Stuttgart.

Any fellow blues staying in Stuttgart, if so please can you recommend the best route for tomorrow to get to the ground?
 

Maccblue

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a friend staying in Frankfurt has just text to say an Irish bar has been rushed by a gang of hooded lads. hope all blues are safe.[/QU panicking
a friend staying in Frankfurt has just text to say an Irish bar has been rushed by a gang of hooded lads. hope all blues are safe.
ye we’re panicking
Fuckin joke turn up
City fans laughing at em
 

Maldeika

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Great evening at the beer festival in Stuttgart.

Any fellow blues staying in Stuttgart, if so please can you recommend the best route for tomorrow to get to the ground?
When do you want to travel? With how many people?

https://shop.flixbus.co.uk/search?departureCity=101&arrivalCity=98&route=Stuttgart-Heidelberg&rideDate=02.10.2018&adult=1&_locale=en_GB&is_train_relation=true&wt_eid=2153815235390305712&wt_t=1538426989896&affiliate=(not+set),&_ga=2.98157791.1389824804.1538426789-220379541.1538152356

All flixbusses for tomorrow from 3 different destinations in Stuttgart to Heidelberg.

The trains from Stuttgart to Sinsheim Museum/Arena

http://www.directupload.net/file/d/5227/f36i6dxn_pdf.htm

Now the information I wanted to add...
Only one of the connections - the one at 15:51 is with ICE or IC. All other connections are only with regional trains. If you only go by regional train a Baden-Württemberg-ticket let's you travel by regional trains after 9 a.m. to 3 a.m. the next morning for 24 EUR the first person, 6 EUR for each additional person. You can book the Baden-Württemberg-Ticket either online

https://www.bahn.com/en/view/offers/regional/regional-day-tickets.shtml (click on Baden-Württemberg on the map) or in the train station either on the ticket machines or in the ticket offices there (Stuttgart train station still should have them - the small train stations in Germany usually only have ticket machines and you cannot ask anybody). You have to get into the train with a valid ticket!
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For everybody - the Bahnschedule for trains from Heidelberg to Sinsheim prior to the match from 10:30 a.m. on (I guess you can load pdfs to your Smartphones)

http://www.directupload.net/file/d/5227/nu3vjf3e_pdf.htm
 
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