Upstalsboom Hotel Friedrichshain
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... feeling. I wish that they would take me to the grave yard for bikes or even melt me down and recycle me into a new bike. It seems that I am not even attractive to the scrap iron merchants. I know my end will come by the rust that consumes me now every day.
Super obedient dogs:
In out travels we have seen many dogs. They are very well behaved. The other day at a shopping mall I noticed a dog outside a supermarket. All the owner ...
... I feel no reason to panic. Every "wrong" turn leads to new sights, smells, and sounds that I would have otherwise missed.
I have even begun a habit of getting myself lost on purpose. For example, I could not figure out my location using Google Maps on my phone, so I just got on the next bus I saw and decided I would go for there. Well the next bus turned out to be the bus that goes on a large loop around Berlin past all the famous picturesque and touristy ...
... wasn't. He ended up getting sidetracked trying to tune chicks and we only went to two places that were both pretty average.
My iphone had terrible battery life. Apple had just released a recall for phones with specific serial numbers, I entered mine into the website and I was eligible for a battery replacement. We headed in to the apple store a few times while we were in Berlin and on day three I was successful with getting myself an appointment and I ended ...
... relatives were allowed to pay for the prisoners to receive extra food rations and some of the prisoners were even given opportunities to listen to live music. These privileges didn't last long in the camp and the prisoners were definitely tortured here as well. Many prisoners in work camps were sent to work as slaves outside the camps as well as working inside the confined walls. Many companies saw the opportunity to lower costs and raise profits by hiring prisoners as slave ...
... of cylinder shaped bones create patterns on the walls and skeletons hang limply from their hooks. Huddled under our umbrellas we peer up at some of the best preserved Roman ruins in Portugal. Fourteen marble Corinthian pillars form the Temple of Diana. It was walled up and used as the town slaughterhouse in the Middle Ages. This towering antiquity was uncovered in the late 19th century. We finish our short visit to Èvora with dinner at a tiny hidden but highly sought ...