Konig Ludwig II

Burgerplatz 3, Garching, Bavaria, 85748, Germany
Konig Ludwig II
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Forum Posts

Calling from Muc to Asia!

by bonala

Hi all,
Would like to check if I have to call back Asia during my trip, what's the best economical way to do? Am checking whether they offer any local sim card so can put in I-phone to call? Or any calling cards I can buy so can call from public phone? Tks in advance for your help!
Bonnie

Re: Calling from Muc to Asia!

by Belsaita

probably the cheapest way is getting a Skype account and use it from an Internet cafe (in case you can't use it whit your iPhone)

Re: Calling from Muc to Asia!

by GyuriFT

Skype is the easiest/cheapest. I am using it every day to connect with my company in the States.
If both sides have SkyPe, than it's even free.

Re: Calling from Muc to Asia!

by bonala

Tks both.. but what about the other party dont' have PC, so besides Skype any other way?

Bon

Re: Calling from Muc to Asia!

by GyuriFT

You can call landline and cell. phones from Skype. It's not free just very cheap.
Since Skype we do not use calling cards anymore. One minute is usually few cents only.

Re: Calling from Muc to Asia!

by Belsaita

Yes, you can call to any phone number, I used it to call home (in Spain) from Japan and Australia for just a few € cents per call. My mum has no PC and no idea how to use it so definitely it works with "normal" phones :))))

Travel Tips for Munich

Visit beergarten and parks

by einokj

Beergartens with plenty of space, as well as beautiful and big parks. More information, check out: www.biergarten.com (only in german).

And our absolutely lovely and nice finnish people society! I've had so much fun with them. You can try to spot some of our events in www.suomikantis.50megs.com (under construction, naturally).

SDI: Translations, Anyone?

by pedersdottir

Several programs in Munich offer German language courses. None is older or more highly respected than the college that prepares professional translators to work throughout Germany and around the world.

SPRACHEN UND DOLMETSCHER INSTITUT MUENCHEN has specialized in foreign language education and application since 1952. Courses are offered in German, English, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese and Japanese - all the official languages of the EU and the UN.

Holiday and short term courses are available, in addition to the yearlong training that leads to professional qualifying exams.

SDI is located at Amalienstrasse 73, #A01.
Phone: (49 89) 28.81.202
e-mail: kontakt@sdi-muenchen.de
Online: www.sdi-muenchen.de

Interaction

by TinKan

We liked the interaction between the old and the new of the city and it's people. You can find many students studing in the shadows of history.

The city has a way of blending the old with the new without major problems.

Dress for the season

by sjvessey

Being a long way inland, Munich has "continental" weather. In other words, it's freezing cold in the winter (warm coat, scarf, gloves, wooly hat) and also snows heavily (warm boots, thick socks); it rains heavily in the spring (umbrella); it's very hot in the summer. Standard European plug adaptor required, the one with two cylindrical prongs.

Pick the freshiest strawberries!

by wildstrawberries

It's strawberry season AGAIN! Sure they're cheap and widely available in supermarkets now. But nothing beats picking your own strawberries.

Who'd have thought there are so many places to get fresh farm produce? We had the pleasure of picking the first batch of strawberries in the farm; ok, they are not wild but they're certainly sweet! Coming up: blueberries and raspberries...

This one I'm recommending is quite far from Munich town centre, in fact it's near Starnberg lake so you might want to make a detour there? Take S6 towards Tutzing, alight at Gauting, and take bus 965, watch for signs that says Eberle garten ~ around 10min ride.

No bus on Sundays and pls check bus timetable before going to avoid disappointment!

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