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  • My hotel room looks over a crossroads in Frankfurt.

    On one corner is my hotel
    Opposite is a 4 storey brothel called Private Centre.
    To my left is the city casino and Eros bar (with sauna club).
    To my right is Bistro 91 Night Club with ‘sexy girls’

    Make you wonder what the secretary who booked it does for a living. Just down the street I can see Hotel Angel, Lido Show, Sex Inn, Live Show and rather bizzarrly Video Kebab

    andywhit
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    A fat bloke looking out of a hotel room opposite.

    walleater
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    Vancouver’s North Shore mountains ๐Ÿ™‚

    But I’ve got man-flu ๐Ÿ™

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    50p says you end up in Video Kebab

    dave_aber
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    about 15 miles of stormy North Sea in every direction. Beryl-A and Beryl-B platforms if the weather’s nice, and some Norwegian ones if I go along the walkway a wee bit.

    I see an Adonis staring back, he moves when I move, he is the same height as me, same features as me, I think it is me but its dark outside so cannot be sure …

    Moses
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    Gardens, and the backs of houses. It’s quite pretty, really.

    Not a window as such, but from the cafe on Moselstrasse, I’m getting a good view of the hotel through the night vision goggles.

    crispy bacon
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    WCA I assume either you didn’t fly BA this time or you wore your suit just in case :o)

    To answer the question … dunno it’s blomin dark out there & I can’t see owt!!

    The girls outside FKK Miami are cold. They are wearing long padded coats and when someone walks past who looks interested they unzip them to show off their goods and then zip up the coats again quickly.

    Also there was a mad woman stood screaming at a lamppost for a while, then a drunk bloke got off the floor and charged towards her, she ran away and fell over, he charged straight past, carried on running for about 20 yards and then stopped, looked around and sat back down. Quite sad but mildly amusing

    crispy – Here today and fly back tomorrow with Fly-(may)Be. Hand luggage only. Same as normal, the one time I take hold luggage it gets lost.

    Gary_M
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    I can see some guy looking out the window of his hotel room, you know the type – looks a bit sad and lonely. The type that thinks he’s important because he travels to different places with his job and finds any excuse to tell everyone all about it – you know ‘what’s out the window’, ‘lost luggage’, etc. I think you know the type.

    Of course I can’t really see him, I just know he’s there.

    If I was important I would get other people to fly.

    I post this sh1t in here so I can communicate in English rather than spending the whole night in the bar or Video Kebab. Trust me, traveling around Europe is not glamerous or particularly fun.

    Captn Flash – Is that you in the SpeiloTech Cafe? You shouldn;t have the ashtray on the windowsill, the lighted ciggy gives you away

    Gary_M
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    Trust me, travelling around Europe is not glamorous or particularly fun

    I know that.

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    wca, seriously is it part of your job staying in hotels all over europe.

    i would hate to stay away from home all the time.

    Then you should realise these are bored threads, not attention whore threads.

    I choose a totally different subject typre for those ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Trust me, traveling around Europe is not glamerous or particularly fun.

    Captn Flash – Is that you in the SpeiloTech Cafe? You shouldn;t have the ashtray on the windowsill, the lighted ciggy gives you away

    Cigar, my dear boy, cigar…!

    Agreed on the travelling front. Warsaw next week for me.

    druidh
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    OK – I can see my garden, a few houses, and then – through some trees – Black Hill in the Pentlands. Only it’s currently white ๐Ÿ˜€

    I was in Warsaw a few weeks back and asked the hotel receptionist where the nearest good restaurant was. She said Germany.

    WorldClassAccident – Member
    I was in Warsaw a few weeks back and asked the hotel receptionist where the nearest good restaurant was. She said Germany.

    ๐Ÿ˜† and ๐Ÿ™

    Peregrine
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    Directly out side is a main road – Past that the moors and Brown Wardle, out the back (if i press my face up close to the window and squint) i can just see Healey Dell nature reserve.

    The best part of living here is the sound of the boy racers in their “Corsa-ghini’s” braking for the speed camera’s and flooring it away.

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    primark on Oxford street

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    RudeBoy
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    I’ve got a school and a church outside my window. Not quite the up-market neighbourhood WCA is currently in.

    Mind, there’s still the odd young lady or two wandering about (they never seem to have watches, these ladies, for some reason…)

    And I live above an offie!

    Guess where I’m going, right now? (No, it doesn’t involve acting out the embodiment of the Speaking Clock..)

    Strangelove
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    I can see a few parked cars, the silhouettes of some trees in the badly lit park and a white fence. Beyond that it is completely black as it is the English channel.
    The view isnt much on a winters evening but at this time of year I get some pretty good sunrises before heading off to work and in the summer being close to the beach really comes into its own

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    A dark cloud of recession interspersed with black holes of debt.

    There’s a glimmer on the horizon, but it might be the bailiff’s torch.

    trailmonkey
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    Slightly different angle and I’m a bit closer to it, but I see Denbury hill fort from the back of the house.

    IanMunro
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    I see dead people. Sorry, students.

    scotia
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    I look out to Lac Lรฉman, including the mountains in France & on a good day i can just make out the water jet in Geneva. Cant see Mont Blanc from the office, but can do if its clear when i come into work..

    River Lyon, top end of the Tay valley a couple of my local singletrack descents and… suddenly its all disappeared in a blizzard

    tinker-belle
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    Window? What’s that? In a lab with no natural light ๐Ÿ™

    willard
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    I have a choice. Out of “this” window, I can see a car park with a couple of trees in the middle of it. Out of “that” window, I can see a slightly larger car park that does not have trees in it, but has them round it.

    If I go to the kitchen, the big windows there allow me to see a Truman Show-esq eco-town, some council offices and a big field with nothing in it.

    I like that view because, if I look right down the middle, I don’t see the houses or the offices, and the field makes it look like I’m not at work.

    grynch
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    I’ve got a view of a couple of blocks of flats and today a tree crew taking down a couple of maples ( won’t improve my view )

    on the other side of the building they’ve got views of Geneve , the lake, and the alps beyond.

    who did I piss off eh?

    simonfbarnes
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    canal
    huge empty block of new flats
    town hall (now obscured by above)
    row of mature trees (chopped down for flats despite pres. order)
    cop shop

    heresjonny
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    I have the view of fields leading up to the M26 and beyond that the M20, can’t see them really just the odd car zooming through the tree line from about 1 mile away, oh and the pilgrims way is there somewhere.

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    The Copley Massif mountain range, with the snow clad Norland plateau at the top. Also featuring world famous trails such as the Copley Climb, Donkey Drop, and the Wireworks Wobble running pretty much to the door.

    hem hem…

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    was in Warsaw a few weeks back and asked the hotel receptionist where the nearest good restaurant was. She said Germany.

    I ate in a fantastic restaurant in Warsaw a couple of years ago. Best out of all the European places I’ve worked in. Couldn’t tell you what it was called though, just that it rained and we arrived very wet.

    Window? I wish!

    surfer
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    Car park.

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    mrsflash
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    Our abandoned on the balcony christmas tree is obscuring my view of the canal and pedestrian bridge over said canal.

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