Karl Fischmann

Karl Fischmann

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    What is a good local restaurant is Munich?

    When its winter: Augustinerbräu, Landsberger Straße 31-35 80339. When its Summer / Spring / Autumn: Augustiner-Keller, Arnulfstraße 52. Both are fantastic: Stout Bavarian food, fantastic beer, and in the Landsberger Straße restaurant especially, lots of locals. about 5 years ago

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    Where is the best place to enjoy octoberfest in Munich? Should we purchase tickets for a seat at the tents prior to arriving?

    +1 to Augustiner being the best Oktoberfest beer - Its magic beer which has not given me a hangover one yet ;) over 5 years ago

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    What is the cheapest way to get around Iceland?

    SOLD. When shall we go?! :) about 7 years ago

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    What is the cheapest way to get around Iceland?

    I have not been to Iceland (yet!) but from reports of a few people I know who have, if you are in a group the best thing to do is to hire a car and split costs between the group. The roads that go around the island are apparently in good condition from what I have heard, but once you start trying to head into the centre of the island, things start to get less maintained. By yourself, it is probably cheapest to do some organized tours of some description I would guess. about 7 years ago

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    What r the best places to visit in Victoria,Australia on a road trip? Staring from Melbourne.

    I would first do the Great Ocean Road. Head towards Geelong, and then to Torquay. Stick the coast road after that, being sure to check out Bells Beach (One of Australia's most famous surf beaches) along the way. You will eventually come to Apollo bay, a good place to chill out for a bit, very laid back. Keep going until you hit Warrnambool, checking out The Twelve Apostles (just before Port Campbell) on the way, then if National parks are your thing, head up to The Grampians National Park. Then you could head East towards Bendigo, and then towards Wangaratta. Head through the mountains to Dinner Plain, Omeo and Swifts Creek along the Great Alpine Road, then down to Bairnsdale. Then head back to Melbourne via the coast roads - through Sale, Woodside, Leongatha (you could take a side trip to Phillip Island here if you wanted to), Inverloch and then up the edge of Port Phillip Bay. I have done this route before, and it was great - You get to see a lot of different country and its a good way to experience Victoria. Best of luck with it, I hope your road trip is awesome! about 7 years ago

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    Which Australian Big Day Out is the best to go to?

    How do you justify your answer Peter? Not having a go, just curious :-) I don't think it really matters much. I have been to both Sydney and to Melbourne BDOs over the years and as long as Melbourne isn't held in the Sidney Myer Music Bowl (Or 'The Dust Bowl' as it is known by festival goers) then you are pretty much sorted either way. Sometimes there are slight variations in the artists who perform, and the crowds are probably of a slightly different demographic, but at the end of the day I think its same-same. about 7 years ago

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    Where are the best full moon parties in Thailand?

    The island of Ko Phangan... The place where it all started. It is probably easiest to fly into Phuket and then visit a local tourist bureau there who should be able to hook you up with a ticket to the island. Ko Samui is definitely worth some time while you are there too. One thing to remember is that although there is a great deal of fun to be had at these Full Moon parties, a lot of people get robbed, mugged, or otherwise - Keep your friends around you and your stuff locked up. http://fullmoonparty-thailand.com/ about 7 years ago

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    What's the best way to get from Gottingen to Munich?

    Another way to do it if you are on a budget is to use a ridesharing website like http://www.mitfahrgelegenheit.de or http://www.mitfahrzentrale.de. Prices are generally much cheaper than the trains (although taking a car this far will obviously take longer than an IC or an ICE train!) Its a really good way to meet some natives (and practice your german if you speak any!) about 7 years ago