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A day out in Hamburg

By Brian Rogers | 1 Comment » April 10th, 2008

Today we headed to the University of Hamburg with Ben, got some coffee, and met some of his friends. In the evening, we went out for a night on the town. We also set a new LongJaunt record by getting rejected for two visas in one day. Check out the day’s activities…

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One Response to “A day out in Hamburg”

  1. Tony Says:

    Yes, isn’t Currywurst great!

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