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BigBlueFox

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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #30 on: 14.11.2006, 19:03:29 »

Some grocery stores in Suhl, there are more.
The distance shown is from the Ringberg Hotel.
As been said before, just team up with someone who has a car. ;)

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Maybe this information is useful to some, by the way found using Google Earth.



Plus the Lidl discount store which is under construction as we speak. It*s located right at the bottom of the mountain, and will be going into business soon. :)
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #31 on: 14.11.2006, 21:10:47 »

Plus the Lidl discount store which is under construction as we speak. It*s located right at the bottom of the mountain, and will be going into business soon. :)

Sounds good! :) I hope that one will be open by September.
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #32 on: 15.11.2006, 10:16:11 »


Okay, I think I need to put things into perspective here:

Out of 400 attendees at EF12, only 250 attended the meals at all. The rest not only paid for a meal they didn't want, they obviously spent extra money to eat elsewhere. So, when deciding which part of the increased cost to offload from the con fee, food was the obvious choice. And with an art show turnover of roughly 11000€, the average congoer doesn't seem to be overly poor.



Totally agree on that :)
Beside the BBQ (and I think there'll still be one at EF13, right ? )
And the breakfast, I think I didn't go to any of the meals, or maybe just one in the evening..

The reason for that is that either we preferred to just go out as a big group with friends to eat
(it was not easy to find sitting space for big groups in the meal room )
But the main reason is also that we were usually busy preparing stuff, or fursuiting events were a bit too close to meal hours,
(not good to eat too close to fursuiting ;) )
So we preferred to just skip the regular meals, and eat later on outside :)

So the main thing I'll miss will be breakfasts :)
I'll most likely bring things like cakes and orange juice and such with me,
but does the restaurant at the hotel has breakfast offers too, or is it only open for lunch and dinner ?

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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #33 on: 15.11.2006, 11:00:35 »

So the main thing I'll miss will be breakfasts :)
I'll most likely bring things like cakes and orange juice and such with me,
but does the restaurant at the hotel has breakfast offers too, or is it only open for lunch and dinner ?

Its no Lunch, it will be a Brunch, so I guess it will go from 10-12 or from 11-1 - So its a mix between Breakfast and Lunch.

I dont think that they will offer Breakfast additionally, because that would mean double work for them. But i dunno exactly.
On the other side you could Brunch at 10 or 11 - so that would mean Breakfast and Lunch for you.
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #34 on: 15.11.2006, 16:27:01 »

Yes they do!

You can have a normal breakfast from the menu from 6:00 in the morning  :)
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #35 on: 15.11.2006, 23:19:51 »

Hi ^^

Nice Page !!! Respect !
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #36 on: 15.11.2006, 23:48:04 »

You can have a normal breakfast from the menu from 6:00 in the morning  :)

Just out of interest, would that be the Hotel's "usual" Breakfast buffet or a separate menu?

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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #37 on: 15.11.2006, 23:58:15 »

No buffet in the mornig, you can have breakfast from the menu, like a normal continentall breakfast..................
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #38 on: 16.11.2006, 12:41:37 »

I know it's a little early, but nay ideas how the brunch will affect the morning events? Will they run in parallel or be shifted to the afternoon?
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #39 on: 16.11.2006, 12:55:01 »

I know it's a little early, but nay ideas how the brunch will affect the morning events? Will they run in parallel or be shifted to the afternoon?

It's too early to say, since we haven't made any arrangements with the hotel about the precise mealtimes yet. Depending on how long the buffets will be open, events may overlap or not. There is absolutely no decision yet :) We are aware that people don't want to miss anything, of course.
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #40 on: 16.12.2006, 13:05:22 »

I'm pleasantly surprised. Not only because stuff has been "optionalized", these things seem to be really decent deals. EUR 10-15 for an All you can Eat is not too shabby, especially when considering how much furries tend to eat! :o

Making some Calculations, for EUR 200-300 I can already get a pretty luxurious stay in a Double Room with real beds (instead of a 4-6 People room with bunks!), and breakfast and two All-You-Can-Eat Buffets a day (that I can skip out on if I prefer going to town with fellow Furs). This completely justifies the price IMHO, especially if the food choice is varied and the quality is good (quality in Nuremberg was superb for a youth hostel, but choice was limited).

Well done, EF Team!  8)

I also like the Sponsor incentive thing... will there be arranged Room sharing?
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #41 on: 25.12.2006, 23:40:36 »

Just read the whole thread, sorry for answering to stuff written weeks ago.

AND (!!!)
during the Dinner, Beer, wine, juices and water are inclusive! (!!)

Now that sounds really good, considering that beverages are quite expensive in most restaurants. Is it really "all you can drink" or do they limit you to, say, two glasses?

And with an art show turnover of roughly 11000€, the average congoer doesn't seem to be overly poor.

Half of that came from the infamous gentleman with badge #1 :P
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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #42 on: 26.12.2006, 00:17:43 »

Half of that came from the infamous gentleman with badge #1 :P

Rubbish, that's simply unaccounted urban legends for the rumour-mill or the grapevines. ;)

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Re: EF13 website up and running
« Reply #43 on: 26.12.2006, 14:00:29 »

AND (!!!)
during the Dinner, Beer, wine, juices and water are inclusive! (!!)
Now that sounds really good, considering that beverages are quite expensive in most restaurants. Is it really "all you can drink" or do they limit you to, say, two glasses?

As long as you stay with the drinks that Loewi listed, yes. They don't limit you, you can go and have as many "standard" drinks as you like. If you'd like something "non-standard", you can always order something from the menu for a normal restaurant price, of course.
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