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... fracture, and with that I was given crutches and a bed sheet to wrap around myself (jeans in the handbag) and was discharged. I stood outside the door waiting for a taxi and cried.
I’ll be honest and say that the next few days were some pretty rough ones. I cried. A lot. I was terrified at the thought of having surgery in a strange place all alone and getting stuck in hospital recovering with no-one to help me. I returned to see the surgeon the next day - ...
... a take a number system why do they also need to have a bloke sitting there who's job seems to be to tell people to take a number? Do they think Germans are that stupid? Or do they want to keep some people still employed in Europe rather than have yet another person that can't get a job end up teaching English in China.
You know what they say in China... There are no beggars on the streets of the west since China started with its open door ...
... by our hostel. There was a MASSIVE line. The place had a huge variety of flavours. So I will most likely go again tomorrow. I am excited to try and compare Italian food between Rome, Florence, and Venice.
We just chilled with our new Canadian friends upon returning to our hostel before heading to bed.
-- Ryan L.
... we went for a wander and discovered an entire indoor section which we had missed the last time. It surrounded the Christmas markets on all sides but were inside tents. So it was like a tunnel around the outside full of very interesting handmade things. I really wish I had a bit more money and I could have bought a few souvenirs. They were so interesting, colourful and the artist or 'creator' was usually at the stall too, talking about ...
... was being spoken over the loudspeakers.
Moving down to the Underground (subway), we learned more about the fall of the Third Reich. During the rebuilding of the train stations post-WWII, there were very few materials available to accomplish reconstruction of the city. As workers could find no supplies to rebuild this particular station, Stalin told them to use the tiles from Hitler’s personal 12,000 square foot office. These now line the pillars and walls ...