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Thread: Sanatorium for lung diseases in Germany

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    Quote Originally Posted by rectory-rat View Post
    Can't see a problem with it personally. I'd appreciate it if you'd message me it if you decide not to post though, as I'm in Berlin next month and all info is useful. Cheers :)



    -RR
    Dude you don't need them to get round Beelitz...its a doddle. Nobody and I did it back in feb it was rather cold then at my freshly bought sarnies and water froze after an hour or so lol. The american lad with us lost the feeling in his toes still its sort of expected when you wear trainers in deep snow :)
    Nobody bud I am back out in September to show a select few friends round B and KK maybe catch up for a beer in your case and a coke in mine lol

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    hey Priority 7
    I'm just about to catch the late night plane to London for a few days work plus I think I might be in Köln for an overnight working day in September
    also check out my Newspaper I found on my FB from 1943 very interesting if you can read german

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    cool will take a look now mate safe flight bud

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