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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.
... able to get a couple more photos later on. From there I went to the Chinesisches Haus which was very striking from the exterior. I purchased a post card since I was unable to take a photo. It was not getting late in the afternoon and had I wanted to go to another venue, it would have been closed by the time I arrived. So I headed for dinner at a restaurant that I had seen yesterday when I was first touring the city. On the way I stopped at an ATM ...
... br> Our tour guide, Maria, was half Japanese and half Swedish, but lived in London before moving to Berlin so she spoke with a British accent. She was great. The guides with Fat Tire give the history of sites in story form, so it's really interesting. She had a wealth of knowledge about Ferdinand the Great, who was the main subject of our tour. Apparently, Voltaire moved into his summer home with him for a few years before they ...
... 8217;s office and Ulrike’s day care center. All of the children entertained Iris & I with trying out the English they had learned in school, even if it was just a poem or “Nice to meet you.”
Later in the evening Liebgard took us to the park that includes the Cecilienhof, now a hotel. It was where Russians, British, and Americans met to divide up Germany at the end of the war. This is where the Potsdam treaty was ...