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... it had a t-shirt, brush, nail file, deodorant, shower stuff, laundry detergent packet, and various other useful items.
3) Ask what your allowance is for reimbursement and what the method is. Again, they don't always tell you and then you're left guessing. In this case, if I don't get my luggage within 24 hours, I get 77 Euro per day up to 3 days to go shopping. Of course, I'd rather just have my luggage considering that I hate shopping and most certainly don't ...
... off in account of following an order. He said that was a good question and that very few SS were actually convicted and those that were were let off after a few years in jail. Then we walked into the camp itself in pouring rain. I didn't let myself be cold though because I figured, take off my jacket, jeans, shoes amd get starved for 4 years then I can complain. Didn't stop some ppl though. Ppl were quite obviously perturbed by the cold and wet. And ...
A couple of things still needed to go in the post to go back to their
owners, after that we went for breakfast. Our last Irish one for a
while. Stress levels and tension were still high and left no room for
sentimental emotions. Going shopping together wasn't an easy task to
The outdoor shops along Capel street and Henry street had nothing of
interest and we ended up having to settle for a cheap suitcase from
Pennys to ...
... our tickets so he counted his money, Rhys had heard him count wrong so when he said he had the right amount of money therefore must have given us our tickets Rhys told him to count again. Same result and we still tried to convince him he hadn't given us our tickets, finally he wrote something on a pamphlet and said that would be fine. Not happy with this we asked again for a printed ticket, by this stage the man was getting a little frustrated with us. He finally printed ...
... and watched the info we would then notice more things and we ended up walking and soaking up the information for about 2.5 hours as we ended up at Nordbahnhof U-Bahn station opposite the Berlin Wall Documentation Center where there was a tower overlooking a part of the wall that has been preserved.
From there it was a quick train ride to The Brandenburg Gate and we stopped for brunch there at about noon, we actually forgot to have breakfast. Then a look ...