Trying to get info about transportation to the Giro



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Carl Sundquist

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I have a buddy who will be flying back and forth between the US and
Frankfurt twice this month to oversee an audit at a German factory (about
halfway between Frankfurt and Dusseldorf). After his second visit to the
factory, he will have some free time and is quite interested to try to get
down to northern Italy on May 24-25 to see the stages in and around the
Dolomites.

What would you suggest as the easiest and most economical way for him to get
there?
 
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Ryan Cousineau

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In article <[email protected]>,
"Carl Sundquist" <[email protected]> wrote:

> I have a buddy who will be flying back and forth between the US and
> Frankfurt twice this month to oversee an audit at a German factory (about
> halfway between Frankfurt and Dusseldorf). After his second visit to the
> factory, he will have some free time and is quite interested to try to get
> down to northern Italy on May 24-25 to see the stages in and around the
> Dolomites.
>
> What would you suggest as the easiest and most economical way for him to get
> there?


By bike.

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Kyle Legate

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Carl Sundquist wrote:
> I have a buddy who will be flying back and forth between the US and
> Frankfurt twice this month to oversee an audit at a German factory
> (about halfway between Frankfurt and Dusseldorf). After his second visit
> to the factory, he will have some free time and is quite interested to
> try to get down to northern Italy on May 24-25 to see the stages in and
> around the Dolomites.
>
> What would you suggest as the easiest and most economical way for him to
> get there?


Deutsche Bahn.

http://www.db.de/site/bahn/en/start.html
 
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dave a

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Kyle Legate wrote:
> Carl Sundquist wrote:
>> I have a buddy who will be flying back and forth between the US and
>> Frankfurt twice this month to oversee an audit at a German factory
>> (about halfway between Frankfurt and Dusseldorf). After his second
>> visit to the factory, he will have some free time and is quite
>> interested to try to get down to northern Italy on May 24-25 to see
>> the stages in and around the Dolomites.
>>
>> What would you suggest as the easiest and most economical way for him
>> to get there?

>
> Deutsche Bahn.
>
> http://www.db.de/site/bahn/en/start.html


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