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Where to leave Munich?
Mafka 30 Oct 2010.
I have 2 options for the development of events: 1) food with the company – a rental car and all the countries of the continent are open and 2) I will go without a company alone on foot with equipment, so that the guidance to the place with the public transport is also welcomed.
Of the wishes – I’m on the board, starting, so the advantage of red-blue non-circular routes is desirable. The company – long-skier skiers, but not extreme, in Austria already were in Ischgl, in Italy in Val Gardena.
Italy as an option is also being thought through. But is it possible to get there in one nose from Muenich?
khboris 30 Oct 2010.
Dear all, you need qualified advice & # 33;
I have 2 options for the development of events: 1) food with the company – a rental car and all the countries of the continent are open and 2) I will go without a company alone on foot with equipment, so that the guidance to the place with the public transport is also welcomed.
Of the wishes – I’m on the board, starting, so the advantage of the red-blue non-circular routes is desirable. The company – long-skier skiers, but not extreme, in Austria already were in Ischgl, in Italy in Val Gardena.
Italy as an option is also being thought through. But is it possible to get there in one nose from Muenich?
Garmisch is easy “Hour 2, ny3 by train from a / p with all-about-everything (not to lie, about 6 years ago.) And there, further for an hour or two and Seefeld is respectable.
Vasay 31 Oct 2010.
Mafka 31 Oct 2010.
The post has been edited by �����: 31 October 2010 – 10:13.
Nik-Chai 31 Oct 2010.
Dear all, you need qualified advice & # 33;
I have 2 options for the development of events: 1) food with the company – a rental car and all the countries of the continent are open and 2) I will go without a company alone on foot with equipment, so that the guidance to the place with the public transport is also welcomed.
Of the wishes – I’m on the board, starting, so the advantage of the red-blue non-circular routes is desirable. The company – long-skier skiers, but not extreme, in Austria already were in Ischgl, in Italy in Val Gardena.
Italy as an option is also being thought through. But is it possible to get there in one nose from Muenich?
The post has been edited by Nik-Chai: 31 October 2010 – 10:39.
Mafka 31 Oct 2010.
PS: for the schedule thanks.
Evleka 31 Oct 2010.
infernal_fire 31 Oct 2010.
By train (group ticket 147-200 euros for 6 adults + kinder). Only while the winter schedule is not present – therefore we sit we wait.


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