Update: From end of september on, we maybe want to built a sauna and laying the floor inside the house. Who has skills in this?
We live with 6 to 7 interested, open-minded and alternative people in a house at the edge of Frankfurt and we try to share as much as possible. We have a good spirit here, sometimes all together and sometimes everyone by her own.... We also have a nice garden where we work, plant and chill.
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We live with 6 to 7 interesting people in a house and we are a nice group, sometimes partying (in our party basement:) or cooking together. So you can be part of our group, teach us and learn from us (for example languages). And if we find the time, we can show you around Frankfurt or the beautiful landscape around.
We want to arrange our garden more and more and for that we need some help: planting flowers, cutting trees, arranging stones, painting fences... :-) we already have a nice vegetable garden, a chillout area, some fruit trees and a place for nice barbecue and making fire.. We also want to clean up the garage and the basement and do some renovating in the house...
We are willing to receive people and spend a great time together :-)
We need mainly help in second half of april, we could host 3 or 4 workawayers...
So just contact us :-)
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Private room with mattress or bed.
The transport to the centre of Frankfurt is quite easy...
Frankfurt is the place where Germany's major autobahns and railways intersect. About 350,000 people commute to the city each day, not counting the 710,000 people who really live here. With a huge airport — the third-largest in Europe — it is the gateway to Germany and for many people also the first point of arrival in Europe. Further, it is a prime hub for interconnections within Europe and for intercontinental flights.
Frankfurt is the most diverse city in Germany and has the highest percentage of foreigners in the country: about 28% (710,000) of Frankfurt's residents have no German passport and another 20% are naturalized German citizens.
Frankfurt is home to many museums, theatres and a world-class opera, but also to nice bars, international quarters and much more...
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