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Quick Question: How did you get here?

11.12.2016 | 11:25 |

Bochum is right in the middle of Ruhrgebiet. It’s the most densely occupied regions of Germany. It should be rather easy to get here unless the public railway system breaks down. It took me almost 4 hours to get from Duesseldorf to Bochum, which usually is only a 45 minute ride. Let’s go and find out how Duelists got here!


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Niklas
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[b] How did you get here? [/b]
[quote][b] Niklas: [/b] We are from Duisburg. It’s a 50 minutes drive with the car. When we arrived on Friday for preregistration there was a lot of traffic on the highway. It was the usual Friday afternoon traffic. Today was a smooth drive to get here. We are close enough to not get a hotel room.
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Jan
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[b] How did you get here? [/b]
[quote][b] Jan: [/b] I had quite a trip. I had to take a bus to Kreefeld and then the train to Bochum. It was a 1,5 hour ride but it’s ok. I like to take the train because I can take a nap if I want to.
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Francisco
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[b] How did you get here? [/b]
[quote][b] Francisco: [/b] We are from Hamburg and took a Flixbus to Bochum. It was a 5 hour ride but it’s a bit cheaper than taking the train.
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Ricardo
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[b] How did you get here? [/b]
[quote][b] Ricardo: [/b] I had to take the train from Hamburg to Bochum. I couldn’t take the bus with my friends as I had a job interview on Friday. It turned out really well and I got the chance to trial work next week.
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Sandro & Michael
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[b] How did you get here? [/b]
[quote][b] Sandro & Michael: [/b] We are from Lucca, Italy that’s close to Pisa. We took a plane to get here. We arrived on Friday pretty late and made some final preparations for the event. A funny story: our plane was an old prop plane. We didn’t these things still exist!
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