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Thread: European Wipeout Convention 2016

  1. #91
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    We've decided we're too old to sleep on the floor, so we would rather prefer a hostel or hotel. Do you know something nice near by?

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    Hotel: Ramada Bad Soden is literally around the corner with good beds. Other hotels are here as well, but they're more expensive and mostly have worse reviews - can't suggest those.

    Hostel: Five Elements Frankfurt still exists - it'd be a good 30 minutes ride from there to my apartment by metro. Car should be faster. Definitly less expensive and by now they also have 2 bed rooms.

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    Thank you, AmigoJack!
    WeŽve booked a room at the Five Elements. If someone else is planning to stay there overnight, we could arrange a carpool.
    See you soon, weŽre psyched!

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    Good to hear. Everything here is set to go. Based on this thread's and my site's activity I don't expect more people to come. But since a couple of TVs are brought we can make a "professional" contest like in the old days again. Can you believe it's already more than 9 years since we met first?

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    I did say month a so ago. About coming thru. It may be possible. I asked everyone I know in the State's. They said it would be a next year thing. Travis, Eric, Ben, n try to bribe AL Sartwells wife to let him go in a summer time. But I have started a second job n haven't gotten clearance back yet. From the medical job I work for. To have at least 5 straight days off. If anybody thought I was jiving (lie) no.but working two jobs had been funny. N I did practice on the consoles. I'm rusty as F....!

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    10 days to go!! *drum rolls* \o/

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    Everything is up and set, especially things that you might never had the chance to experience before:
    • NegCon controller for Wip3out and W3SE (and 2097 for PSX if dreamerx brings his copy)
    • WipEout and WipEout 2097 for Sega Saturn (hitting the wall won't stop and flip your craft)
    • BallisticNG, both versions 0.1 and 0.4 (successfully imported WipEout and 2097 crafts).
    • (if anyone brings an N64 we could play WipEout 64)

    Current weather forecasts are 22 to 26 °C.

    Those who're coming on Thursday already: can you give me a loose time of arrival? I can manage to be here at 16:00 without problems, but an earlier time would also be possible.

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    Will be there between 16:00 and 18:00 l will bring 2 pizzaquiches.. Will share with everybody who likes pizza and quiche 😀

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.666 View Post
    quiche
    Never ate those before - looking forward.

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    Hi all,

    Finally I am having the right feeling to post here again. It has been a rollercoaster here. Family and work have been so busy. The school where I have been working for 11 years is closed now forever. There is a new rule from the gouvernement that is called: fitting education. I worked with children with special needs. Coming school year all the children with special needs will just stay in regular schools. We will see, what the future will bring for them and the schools?!

    I am very happy to have found a new job. It was very tough this last year and emotional to say goodbye to the children, colleagues and building.

    Today I feel free and there is room for new things, especially meeting you all. I am so looking forward to this.

    See you all Thursday

    Greetz Mad-Ice

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