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... was a hatrick, which is a Kropp fmaily tradition where you get presented with 3 drinks and have to down them, this hatrick was care of Rob and Brendon was the unfortunate recipient of 3 warm Jaeger miniatures at the train station.
The train was packed soon enough so it was lucky we had the beers to keep us cool. At the stadium the crowd had started to form and whilst we finished off our drinks it was awesome to see the Olympic rings and think of the history of ...
... chicken came with pita and chips and a garlic dip. We then went to a bar close by and had some drinks and chatted some more. Time flew by. I had no idea where it went, it got late and we said our goodbyes. N and I watched L & N cycle away.
Our first full day was full of galleries. We didn't do a walking tour on this day as a number of them would have been closed the next day which therefore seemed ideal for the ...
... become part of the world.
After the fall of the Nazi Party, Berlin struggled to come to terms with the atrocities that had occurred during Hitler's reign. The city had to rebuild and remodel itself while the world watched. However, one major event set this city apart from all of the other cities. Berlin, like the rest of Germany, was divided into four sectors, each governed by a different Allied Power. Before long, the ...
... in high government positions. We all left on the verge of tears. After that we went to a random bar and got cocktails to use the wifi so we could book bus tickets and research clubs for tonight. After that we got kebabs for dinner and returned home for drinks. We're all dressed in super dark colours because we might go to the berghain tonight. Depending on how things go I'll either continue this blogpost or do one about the night. I love you, ...
... Red was a bit broken and the vital bus stop had been badly notified. Single outcomes are usually generated by inter-dependent factors. Such is the nature of historical happenstance.
And one day, I will make it back to the Cecilienhof. All being well.
No beers had, but I think that I may have drunk a little too much of Sepp's excellent Geman red wine.
Linguistic note : Sans Souccii means without worry, which seems appropriate on our Day of Potsdam.