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Germany Dr Annas House... April '16

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Well... We couldn't go to Germany without a visit to Dr Annas...

A bit worse for wear for sure, but still worth a look :)

 

...Dr Annas House...

 

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As always, thanks for lookin' :thumb

 

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On 23/05/2016 at 10:58 AM, jones-y-gog said:

Cracking snaps as usual mate!

Are the pickled kidneys still there downstairs?! 

Yes... but there's only 2 left now :( didn't take a shot cos I wanted the 'full set' 

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