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... at the state of him. He was getting really impatient again and started asking people to leave. One point he asked Mark to stand up. When Mark asked 'why!?', he replied 'because we are going to cocaine' Mark just carried on sitting there drinking his drink. When Elvis left the common area we both got up and cracked opened another beer just to **** him off. We eventually went out at 1am and headed straight for cocaine. Once we were in there Elvis went straight to the dance ...
... Cafe which seems to be in competitiion with Coffee Inn. With the help of the barista, we figured out that what I want is a cafe americano with a double espresso. It was very good. I also tried out a peccato, a pastry filled with light cream and bluberry jelly.
I can safely say that I've had my fill of churches to last me years! ...
... four flags were designed [one for each season], and a suitable constitution was duly drawn up. The 41 rights which form the constitution are attached to a wall on Paupio Street. In addition, it has a palace, an army [of 12] to defend it and a National Day [1st April] Here is a translation of the terms of the constitution - Everyone has the right to live by the River Vilnelė, while the River Vilnelė has the right to flow ...
... stop was Ponary Forest - the site of a huge mass grave of 70,000 Jews of Vilnius and 30,000 other Lithuanians. Learning that those who were murdered had to stand in line and wait their turn to be shot made us realize that it was not just the mass killings that made the Holocaust so horrific; it was also the cruelly calculating manner in which the Nazis or their surrogates (in this case Austrian soldiers) systematically ...
... Thank God I've met other Italians. Had I not, I would have had a skewed view from the rudest traveler I have ever met. Details aren't necessary. I just want to relay to everyone reading that manners are necessary. When you come to a new place and try to make new friends, step one is to not be a raging ***** and make a huge group of (veteran) students angry enough to have to waste time talking about how you angered them in their ...