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4 posts, 19:52 yesterday
Hi family with 4 bilingual Kids is looking for English Native Babysitter for pick-up from School and Kindergarten (only the 2 younger girls, 5 and 7 years old) and then taking care / playing.
6 posts, 26 November
Hi everyone, on Saturday 27th November, the Saturday Beergardeners will go Turkish! restaurant-keko.de/... We have never been there before, but it gets good reviews. All are…
29 posts, 25 November
I usually wait for Tuesday, so it includes the numbers from Monday, which are of course higher than then weekend. Anyway, today is down to 705. By Thursday/Friday we should be aware if the weekend…
9 posts, 23 November
These days a BA is standard for any digging on commercial sites. I do know a few peeps who got digging on YTS schemes back in the 80's but they are not in the frame here. No, at the moment all the…
5 posts, 23 November
This week we have a Toytown reservation for 7:30 pm at Daawat, Belgrad Str 105 80804  München. Nearest station: Scheidplatz U2, U3 and 12, 28 tram, 140, 141, 142, 144 bus Only sign up if you…
14 posts, 19 November
How to make your own and where to get the ingredients. Disclaimer. I've seen many British things theoretically for sale in Germany. But they're not in my little German town.
56 posts, 18 November
This kind of statement is often used for propaganda purposes to undermine western democracies. Let's remind ourselves that democracy is the worst political system ever, except all the others.
1,106 posts, 16 November
Hello Ladies, let´s venture out to a different neighborhood. The next meet-up will be on Wednesday, 17.11 at 18:30 at Shandiz (between HBH and Stiglmeierplatz, Dachauer Str. 50).
5 posts, 11 November
Have had two very positive experiences with Mike and Lee. Sink problems were fixed straight away and professionally. I'll be happy to retain their services in the future. Can only recommend.
2 posts, 5 November
Hi @LauraMocha Thanks for starting a thread on Table Tennis. I was exactly searching for it and found your post. I am also interested to play TT and live in Truderign area. Do you know any…
2 posts, 4 November
Hello Everyone. There are still some places available in our new English Club. English Playgroup for 2-4 year old children in Garching, Come to the English Playgroup and learn English with…
31 posts, 2 November
Hello, does the freiwilligversichert status depend only on the income level, or is it possible that you are pflichtversichert even if you have a big income? And what is the limit? I have the…
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