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    Quote Originally Posted by cherish
    @cilu: Why do you always look serious? Try smiling next time! (or maybe... there's no reason to smile?)
    I took that picture by my own, as I was roaming alone in Frankfurt. I was more concerned whether the camera (which was put on a rucksack on a tiny wall) was well placed. So I forgot to smile.
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    I believe Kiran wasn't referring to the Euro logo as a whole, but the single star just on top of your head. Really looks like a crown...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cilu
    as I was roaming alone in Frankfurt.
    So you have been to Frankfurt (which is less than one hour from here) and you didn't even bother to drop me a note?

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    Hey, I though you were living in Stuttgart. Dam.n.. I was in Germany last week, in a business trip, in a town 30 km to Frankfurt, but Saturday I went to Frankfurt to visit the city. Promise that next time I'll drop you a message.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cilu
    Hey, I though you were living in Stuttgart.
    Well, that's correct - but Stuttgart is not that far from Frankfurt.

    Quote Originally Posted by cilu
    Promise that next time I'll drop you a message.
    I'll take you at your word!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gstercken
    Well, that's correct - but Stuttgart is not that far from Frankfurt.
    I magine is far as far is Iasi from Timisoara.... and cilu never came here to give tose tens of beers he owes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ovidiucucu
    I magine is far as far is Iasi from Timisoara.... and cilu never came here to give tose tens of beers he owes.
    Well, Iasi is 14 hours away by train. And there is no flight directly from Timisoara to Iasi.

    And yeah, now I'm curious how far is actually Frankfurt to Stuttgart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ovidiucucu
    I magine is far as far is Iasi from Timisoara....
    It's even much nearer. Frankfurt - Stuttgart is 150 Km bee-line (that means about 200 Km road or roughly 1 hour by train).
    In contrast, Iasi - Timisoara is more than 510 Km bee-line (which probably corresponds to 800 Km road or two days by train... )

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    Quote Originally Posted by cilu
    Iasi is 14 hours away by train.
    Quote Originally Posted by gstercken
    or two days by train
    Well, I was pretty close...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gstercken
    Well, I was pretty close...
    depending on the train you take, you could end up in 24 hours trip

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    Quote Originally Posted by gstercken
    In contrast, Iasi - Timisoara is more than 510 Km bee-line (which probably corresponds to 800 Km road or two days by train... )
    Much more... sometimes it's named train of death. That's because it must cross the mountains and pass near the Dracula's castle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quido
    that means about 200 Km road or roughly 1 hour by train
    And since you drive with 150-180 kmph on the hightway that means 90 minutes tops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ovidiucucu
    Much more... sometimes it's named train of death. That's because it must cross the mountains and pass near the Dracula's castle.
    They have the most wonderfull stakes there. Them alone make the driving worth while. If your missus/friend is the one driving is all for the better.
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    This was taken on my recent trip to Ireland with a few of my rugby-loving friends. While there, we found our spiritual home: some of you may recognise it...
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    Nice picture Graham. Who do you think will win the Six Nations Tournament this year? England seems in pretty good shape.
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    We're looking good at the moment. My worries are that (a) Andy Robinson is too conservative - he should be blooding players like Abbott, Lund and Simpson-Daniel; (b) France are just going to get better, and we have to play them at Stade Francais. Shouldn't discount Scotland, either; if they can get a good result against Wales, they're going to have their tails up when we go to Murrayfield, and they always raise their game against the Auld Enemy.

    BTW: has anyone recognised the house in the background?
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