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Russian (and non-Russian) speakers, can you help?

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Russian (and non-Russian) speakers, can you help?

Hi Everyone!

We have a user with an unanswered question about how to get to Randersacker from Frankfurt (Hesse) in our Russian - language forum:

tripadvisor.ru/ShowTopic-g641966-i29365-k683…

If you have any advice to offer, could you please post your reply, in Russian, in that forum topic? Also, if you feel like answering but do not speak the language you are welcomed to do so using Google translate.

Thank you very much,

Magdalena

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3 replies to this topic
Amsterdam, The...
Destination Expert
for Munich, Amsterdam
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1. Re: Russian (and non-Russian) speakers, can you help?

I think this is really silly that TA is translating this. Let those people in Russia use google translate to post their questions here!

Karlsruhe, Germany
Destination Expert
for Baden-Wurttemberg
posts: 6,015
2. Re: Russian (and non-Russian) speakers, can you help?

Exactly. There have been too many requests of that kind for my taste recently. We are not a service agency on duty... As it is them who need an answer, they should take the effort, not us.

Frankfurt, Germany
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3. Re: Russian (and non-Russian) speakers, can you help?

He has to take a train from Frankfurt to Würzburg first.

Schedules and fares on www.bahn.com

At the central train station in Würzburg he has to take a tram towards Sanderau, Heuchelhof or Rottenbauer. He has to get off at the station "Sanderring" and from there he can transfer to a bus (Route 15) towards Randersacker.

That's some quick help, but I don't see why I would do any translation work.

TA is welcome to copy this post into the Russian TA in English and then the OP can translate it himself by using Google, or somebody else who speaks Russian may do so.

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