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It should be possible but you would basically be looking at vacation rentals. You might have a hard time finding anything on the regular market. Even if you find something, it's not unusual for agent to ask for a fee (Provision) of up to two months rent when signing the contract, which would make the rent much higher if you only stay three months. On top of ...
Yes, there is one campsite in Grainau on the German side: http://www.pure-camping.de/ And one in Ehrwald on the Austrian side: http://www.campingehrwald.at/ Neither are particularly cheap, though (around 15 EUR per night for one person with a tent). The area is generally rather pricy.
Just to update: I bought the ALDI Talk SIM in Germany last summer. It was one of those regular SIMs with a detachable micro SIM, so after popping out the micro SIM, it worked fine in my Nexus 4. I registered with the online form (and some help from Google Translate) and put in my hotel address and it activated fine.
Short answer - you're good! Longer answer... Germany normally requires a visa for Indian nationals, even if only in transit - however there are a number of exceptions that allow air-side transit without visa (TWOV). One of those exceptions is if you have a Canadian visa, and you are in transit either on the way to Canada, or on the way to your home ...
According to Transit Visa Regulation for Indian Residents: 3. Indian nationals can Transit without Visa via FRA or MUC if holding a valid visa for the destination and a valid Visa for any of the following countries Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Ireland, Japan, Liechtenstein, Romania, UK and USA (the approval notice I-797 is not valid document for ...
So, here's what happened. My research organisation said I should apply for a student visa. I was totally taken aback and surprised. In fact, they mentioned that past fellows have applied for a student visa and that'd be the best. However, the student visa is an arduous process with elaborate mark sheet checking procedures. In the meanwhile, I got a reply ...
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