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... There was a small service and probably the most nutritious meal I had eaten since I arrived in Germany. Conversations went on well into the night. The Jewish community that I had thought was declining in Europe appeared stronger than I ever expected.
With Passover on the horizon, I began looking for a Seder. Because the holiday fell on a Friday night this year, I knew I would be traveling around Europe. Before I booked any travel, I reached out to different temples ...
... it was great to take a quick spin through the many levels of this iconic store. We of course spent the most time in the toy section (by far the most exciting part of the store) and we were still in awe of the grocery sections on the ground floor. After doing a little bit of shopping as well in their own gift shop we made our way back through the maze to find the exit and some dinner.
Not only is Harrod’s an institution in and of itself, but it is also ...
... People, so engrossed in the metaphorical, have chipped little pieces of the wall and left it a gnawed remnant of what it once was. The iron bars that reinforced the wall are poking through and rusting. Worse than all that is the fence that stands between you and the wall. To wall you off. From the wall. That symbolises the tyranny of walls.
The Mona Lisa is widely regarded as being a mostly overrated spectacle. But you are never told to ...
... 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 ...
... t work on my skin because my skin isn't standard..because what is standard? I found this really great recipe that was suited really well to my skin, coconut oil for combination skin which gets oily, salt for exfoliation, lemon for redness and vitamin e oil for preservation and repair. I didn't have any vitamin e oil so I used the last little bit of my well- being oil mix from back home which had jojoba, rose hip, chamomile and a few ...