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... there were no water fountains! Joe and I also tried a very strange Bavarian sausage that after one bite I couldn't eat anymore. It tasted as strange as it looked! My big glass of Riesling was excellent though! Joe joked that he was dizzy from the cold medicine just as I was tipsy off the alcohol. I think I spent more money in that 6 hour layover than I did a whole week in Laos....things are so pricey here! We opted for an italian ...
... headed over river. Learned about food fight on bridge during August. Smelly food and cardboard shields.Mr 6. Yaam community. 10year lease. Street art party to open. Jamaican food turkey thing. Beer. Chat to tour Guide in training from Newtown. Lived there for a year. Studying. Got directions for raw. ( bombed out train station -now skate park and bar rock climbing.) back towards Aldershoff. Ke-bup in bröd and vienetta. ...
... tight, you couldn't take anything in with you (so no photos sadly) and you had to go
through some kind of weird airlock security door on the way in and out. It was worth it though, the treasures they had were amazing, soooo many sparkly things! Unfortunately we didn't have long as we'd arrived not long before closing, so we quickly admired everything as they ushered us from room to room.
After we were done sight seeing ...
... it for another when we have finished with it, so it's all good. I am very sure that Paul will love it too. It's a great read. This is Paul's second attempt at a book in his entire life. I have been trying to encourage him to read a bit more as it is great for the mind, and he does have a bit of spare time on his hands these days. My philosophy is, that the reason he hasn't read too many books in his life is that he has never found ...
... by streets where there are no buildings. Instead it is filled with hundreds of blocks of concrete of many different sizes. They get higher as you walk toward the center of the block and the floor also slopes downward. You can walk in between the blocks. When you walk in far enough the blocks rise over your head. Inside it is like a maze. It was quiet and cold. It was dark too. So how is this a memorial? Well we were told that there was a contest held to create a ...