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Old 18.10.2011, 01:41
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Re: Relocating from Ireland

It looks like you are doing better now... and you miss your other half too
Things will get better... lets hope for the best. I've been here only 2 weeks myself
Please let me know what's the fastest way to travel to Germany for shopping. Someone told me I should take a train and it doesn't take too long... but what train and where exactly do I go?
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Re: Relocating from Ireland

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It looks like you are doing better now... and you miss your other half too
Things will get better... lets hope for the best. I've been here only 2 weeks myself
Please let me know what's the fastest way to travel to Germany for shopping. Someone told me I should take a train and it doesn't take too long... but what train and where exactly do I go?

That was the answer to the post of CoderMark (!)
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Old 18.10.2011, 07:47
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Re: Relocating from Ireland

Oh blimey, learning by doing eh? And very publicly. I just deleted my last post, but there it is, top of the home page. By the time you see this it may be gone, I hope so - in the meantime, what I said before does work, if do that step, when you've posted you're automatically subscribed to the thread. More
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Re: Relocating from Ireland

Ha ha! Yes, I was notified of BOTH of your responses after carefully following your spot-on original instructions which did exactly what [they] said on the tin!

Thanks for going above and beyond for a newbie planetali.

No need for blushing, even if you didn't live up to your own high standards I'm sure no one else noticed.
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