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... as I knew they'd probably look at their phones on the train.
It had been ages and I still hadn't heard anything so I decided to go and buy a bag and then go back to the hotel and wait for the boys to turn up there as they clearly weren't getting my smses. I went back to the first shop I'd been in, which I'd also walked around the previous day before going to Loxx. As I was walking in, someone grabbed me, I turned around and it was Glenn. I was so relieved to see ...
... to keep it's population workable, to help with the war effort. It was chilling to walk down the same road political prisoners had taken, many to their deaths, and to pass through the heavy iron gates into the center of the camp. The gates read "work liberates" in german. It was emotionally exhausting and by the end JD and I were walking the mile back to the station in a type of coma. Our train back to berlin wouldn't arrive for another forty minutes ...
... and had a couple of Berliners (beers) with a couple class mates (German & Italian) left over which made my day. I am so looking forward to being home a 9 hour day of flying on Friday and preparing for my Arts Sale on Sunday in Fletcher. Oh, while walking out tonight there were small children with their parents out celebrating something similar to our Halloween, but nothing ...
... what you want my to do. Right now You're the only one I can rely on because everyone else that I would normally go to isn't available. I thank you for You're love. I thank you that I'm the head and not the tail. I lend to many nations but do not need to ...
... Since, when you compare these with the Berlin Wall and Jewish Cemetery, the what victory?
Today, fortunately, has been pretty relaxed- We visited the Reichstag (the German equivalent of the houses of Parliament), where they were so anal about security they temporarily confiscated my harmonica on the suspicion that I was hiding a bomb in it. We got a nice view of the city skyline at the top, though, while a cleaner was ...
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