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... offered beer. And moreover, beer is available everywhere and you can drink in the streets (some restaurants/pubs/clubs) have "to go" cups almost like a doggy bag for your beer, and you can also drink if you are a passenger in a car.
On restaurants: All restaurants have table service, but you have to flag down the waiter to get a refill or order something else or to pay. There is no such thing as a free refill, and the waiters will stand next to you and ...
... with traditional dishes and beer steins that one could truly cheers with! By the time dinner rolled around I was feeling pretty sick. It didn't stop me from ordering steak!.. But I still felt pretty gross. After eating I didn't stick around to party, I just went home to bed. And barely made it.. I basically crawled into my room, my head was pounding so much. But don't worry, the sleep helped a lot. Tomorrow I will feel ...
... gave us an hour and 4 minutes until our next train to Paris Nord (Gare du Nord). After getting off the train our first thing to do was find the ticket office to book seats on our train to Paris, after finding a small ticket office in the middle of the station we were directed to the larger one around the corner which opened at 6:00am. 5 minutes of waiting we were inside and waiting for our ticket number to appear on the screen so we could talk to the lady at the desk. ...
In the outskirts of Central Berlin, the 15,000 odd people of all ages flocked
through the forests and park lands towards Kindl Bühne Wuhlheide for the
second night of the much anticipated Radiohead concert. The outdoor
amphitheatre was already starting to fill up an hour before supporting
act Caribou were set to play. As people drank beer bought from the guy
walking around selling out of a keg backpack and smoked their
... I needed to take the S-bahn (the above ground train) to Friederichstrasse Station and then the U-bahn (subway) to my hostel. On the platform, I couldn't buy a ticket because the machines weren't accepting anyone's coins so I hopped on the train without a ticket hoping I wouldn't get caught. Later on, a guy at the hostel said that you could get a 40 euro ticket from people in plain clothes that sometimes check.
I made it to my stop, Naturkundemuseum, ...
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