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3 posts, 14:44 hrs
This week we have a Toytown reservation for 7:30 pm at Dhaba -Schwabing West, Belgradstr 16 (corner Herzogstr), 80796 München. The table is booked inside but the restaurant is spacious for…
1,084 posts, 1 August
Hi Ladies, Seems like there's finally some demand for a meetup but no one has truly initiated anything yet. Shall I organize something? Let's try to do one in 2 week's time, on Thursday August…
75 posts, 1 August
I guess so! "Close your eyes. Picture a really noisy lawnmower. Now imagine that same lawnmower flying around above your apartment like a drone a few times per day at unpredictable times!"…
7 posts, 31 July
Yup, overreaction. Nope, you can't keep the kid off for a nosebleed. If you record repeated nosebleeds requiring cauterisation to stop them, then you would have a case. Not for keeping the…
22 posts, 23 July
I have a son 3 years old, I am Italian and my wife German, my son speaks currently both languages, I am really interested on knowing if the bilingual school Leonardo Da Vinci is good and I want to…
1 posts, 22 July
We are a German-American family with three kids ages 8, 4, and 1 living in Schwabing. We are looking for after-school care for our two older daughters starting in September. You would not be…
1 posts, 20 July
I have a krippe / crèche slot reserved beginning fall 2021 that I no longer plan to us. Please see the details below. I will gladly help transfer the contract to someone who wants it! Wichtel…
11 posts, 19 July
I like the area around Implerstrasse. There’s a great taco place there (it might have moved). I wouldn’t consider it dangerous. I don’t consider a lot of parts in Germany very dangerous. I feel…
8 posts, 19 July
Try the big furniture stores like mobile max mobile, roller , poco. Etc. I dont live in munich so dont know what is there. The time issue can be resolved by asking which brand ships faster before you…
14 posts, 17 July
Unfortunately, they don't accept kids who don't speak German in level B1 in the higher levels. My daughter is 15 and she was not accepted in Jules Verne nor any other bilingual school. We didn't have…
58 posts, 17 July
Any comparison living in Pliening v/s living in Zorneding with family? Which place offers better quality of life and good schools? Currently living in Munich and planning to move in suburbs for…
3 posts, 12 July
Just saw on their website rheinpfalz-schwabing.de/... this Saturday the "Ten Dollar Jazz Band" will play "Dixieland und Jazz zum Mitsingen, Relaxen und … was einem sonst noch einfällt Man fühlt sich…
43 posts, 11 July
Anyone know how is Sabine Heller? My B2.2 classes will probably be with her and I just want to be sure. Any help would be hugely appreciated! My experience was so far good till I had B2 classes…
3 posts, 9 July
We're merging households, and I will have two 160 x 200 mattresses that are good quality (relatively expensive) that we don't need. They're lightly used, from non-pet/non-smoking households.
8 posts, 6 July
Assuming it is like NRW, then yes, there will be a specific individual at the Bauamt who deals with applications for your specific area/village. If you call up the Bauamt and tell them where you…
2 posts, 5 July
Sorry, but my crystal ball is on the fritz. Things are looking relatiely good right now, but they were looking good last summer, too, before Germany entered its second lockdown, which made the…
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