Snow Storms, Schnitzel, and Confusion in Berlin Germany
July 20, 2013 Kristance Harlow
|On the bus to Edinburgh airport,
laughing about someone we saw
making hearts with his hands.
|Olivia and her gin & tonic|
|Trains (Olivia’s picture)|
|The street the hostel is on.|
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