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... death of two people at two separate
The answers I received back were yes – you should report
them, they are part of life.
A sandwich consist of two slices of bread and a filling-
So here it goes- the bottom slice of bread.
Early in the morning we left our hostel in Luxembourg, which
was situated right next to a medieval castle, and headed for the town of Trier
just inside Germany, Trier is a very ...
... Straße and AlboinStraße in Tempelhof-Schöneberg. If you plan to visit Hel’s Pond, please be aware that to the locals this place is nothing more than just another public park and most may be unaware of the true metaphysical significance of this place. There are no signs or placque to identify it as a historical, much less a sacred site. If you did not know about it you would walk by it completely ignorant of its mythical ...
... Beare who asked if she could hitchhike in my bag. Of course we had to buy a few little souvenirs for Zac!! Then of course it was coffee time. Mmmmm not bad but definitely made with UHT milk, said Beryl. Lunch was had in beautiful sunshine sitting on the wall of a fountain. And yay for carbohydrate numbers on the purchased roll. At the diabetes shop, I came to the decision to go back to the insulin pen starting tonight. I have all the supplies I need for that. To buy enough ...
... endowed but apparently this was one of her dreams. When we arrived at the train station I walked over to my host's apartment and rang the bell. There was no response so I walked toward a cafe to try and get internet. I had no success and was walking past the apartment's entryway when a young woman waiting there asked if I was me. She showed me to ...
... Brandenburg Gate. We are sure that many important and famous people have stayed in this hotel, though now it is known for the Micheal Jackson baby incident. I’m sure that you remember it. Yep, it is THAT hotel. Our next stop on our tour was a memorial dedicated to the European Jewish people killed during the Nazi Regime. We posted photos of the memorial, it is quite interesting. The memorial itself is essentially a couple thousand rectangular cement ...