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... m pretty sure my cupboard is bigger! Prices in London peaked though through this Olympics, so even the prices for that are inflated! That takes me to Contiki. It's very fun so far; I'm having a ball and it's just started. Met some great people- Northies, you qualify :) Last night, we were in Liedseplinplatz. That place is off the hook! We started at some shot bar. I think that was the main reason of much o ...
... condition and if you helped around in the community you could stay for less.
So i helped in the kitchen everyday and stayed for free.
This community was a big difference to the Damanhur community.
The thing that I liked at Damanhur was that there was always something to do.
In Zegg this was the other way around,once in a while there was something to do but it wasn't that a big of experience.
... look right at home in the countryside of England and is a great example of English Tudor Architecture. Each delegation during the conference had its own entrance. It was something to see the palace where the future of Europe was decided.
This was a great time to be in Potsdam because it was autumn everywhere they were serving dishes with pumpkin in it and other seasonal dishes. There on ...
... courtyard for parking. The total area is about 550 square feet and it is about a five minute drive from the city center. It is situated on what seems to be a rather quite side street also. The digs are quite a relaxing arrangement! Obviously breakfast is not included, so I will have to do a little shopping to make arrangements for that or stop by someplace on my way to the city. In the evening I just took a walk until I found an enticing place to have dinner.
... one of the 3 original gates to the old city of Potsdam and walked around the Dutch district. In the mid 1700's the Prussian king, Friedrich I, needed more workers and artisans to build his city and invited the Dutch, promising to give them work and housing. They built this Dutch district to house these foreign workers and in the style of their homeland. Today the houses are restored and renovated for modern living. The area is also ...