TRYP By Wyndham Berlin City East
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Across the centuries there have been benevolent dictators with pure hearts and good intentions, but they are few. In the main conquerors have been more of the tyrannical butcher variety. One man trying to best and banish another man in pursuit of ego-satiating power while laying waste to anyone in his path.
With that in mind, you see a lot of depravity and death at the hands of the vilest megalomanics.
That realization can ...
... nice, the teacher hilarious and my brain is being used in a way it hasn't really had a chance to before.. Well since I was small. I also realised that the spelling of the above words are not correct, it's the German way of spelling them, that's why. After class I met up with a guy at Brandenburg gate from Free Stuff Berlin. I give him a whole lot of drinking glasses from Specky's boxes. He was happy to receive them. I really like ...
for all those cyclists at home - bike lanes will never work in hobart! Bikes are everywhere he and we have spent the last two days trying to avoid being run down by them. That's not the cyclists fault. We keep walking in the bike lanes and hearing the furious bell ringing behind us. Oh well...
apparently there are 300 different sorts of bread in Germany too. I am doing my best to sample as many as possible. ...
... explain the term (a poor person without prospects) and as the Pfeffe (green schnapps) flow I eventually must explain the term ********d too. Soon I'm explaining the term ****-list, ********, and shitballs, but at least now we're all on my level. My **** level.
"Randy, I've decided to lay off the food for a bit, and go on the booze." ~ Jim Lahey
Apparently the game was first invented by a Brit (named Kicker!) during the 1st World War as a means to ...
... were so advanced compared to back then and in many respects we are - but mankind (and women) have always been artistic and skilled in their craft and early engineering. When I looked at the jewellery and glass I think that it could be exactly what would be produced today and charged a good price for. The colours and patterns and love of bling are timeless.
We spent more time there than planned - but it was so ...