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... wird und sexy bleibt."
We want Berlin to become richer and stay sexy. (KR: The Sequel.)
PS Did I mention I got tonsillitis? Took myself to the ER where a kind medical student walked me to the right office when I mimed what was wrong with me. Took three hours, but it was free, ("When the bill comes in the mail, maybe pay it."), and amoxicillin is the same in every language.
Last week Wednesday after class, Jessica and I took a bus to Madrid. We stayed overnight in the airport since our flight left at 6:20 the next morning. We brought books and she had her kindle, so we just read all night. When we landed in Berlin, we took a bus from the airport to the metro station, and this is when we realized that the metro in Berlin is free. Some people buy tickets, but there's no one there to validate them. We definitely ...
... on sama linn ja 5-kordse maja aknast oleks võinud vabalt üle vaadata. Aga ei saanud, kõik sealpoolsed aknad olid kinni müüritud. Seepärast sel tänaval liikuski tol ajal vaid selle tänava rahvas, polnud ju kuhugi edasi minna. Aga nüüd on see ilmselt Prenzlauer Bergi tähtsamaid. Trotuaarid on ehitatud laiaks, lillekastid ja kohvikulauad, keskel kitsas ...
... were still in Berlin. The show was absolutely amazing...like Cirque de Soliel meets the, most glamorous fashion show ever. The budget for this production was over 50 Million Euros, and it shows! Crazy stage movements, stunning costumes, huge acrobatic acts and a live orchestra and singers. Just fantastic! After the show we went for sushi which was a lovely change from the meat and potato diet I have been on and now we are headed to bed in anticipation of ...
... island" (so called because it is bordered on all four sides by water) in Berlin where five prominent Berlin museums are situated. We first went to the Pergamon Museum, famous as the home of the Pergamon Altar. The Pergamon Altar was part of a monumental building constructed in the second century B.C. in ancient Pergamon, a city in modern day Turkey. As it was escavated by a German engineer, the Pergmamon now resides in Berlin. It seems that Europeans have ...
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