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51 Re: Some Stuff on Wed Apr 23, 2014 11:50 am

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A TV add

Are you looking for somewhere to locate, are you in need of an area with fast growth, are you in need of somewhere not expensive yet still Althenan. Then Bergenstein is the place for you. They no longer are a nation steeped in darkness. The war has brought a new light, they make progress every day. The recovery is slow however the economic growth is huge. The government is putting huge amounts of recourses in the private sector making it perfect for you. In Berg you get more for your money, there is free open land that is perfect for development and old damaged land which is also in need of development. Bergenstein has a pool of unemployed, these are well educated people who will jump to new work opportunities, The possibilities are endless, and with WriteMove we will take care of all the stress of relocation, we can organise all the administration of the move and much more. Give us a call on 6865634564643756 or email us at inquires@wmove.com where we help you into Bergenstein, the world of development

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52 Re: Some Stuff on Thu Apr 24, 2014 12:54 am

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What's the point in advertising Bergenstein, in Bergenstein? Razz

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53 Re: Some Stuff on Thu Apr 24, 2014 3:34 am

That ad. Razz

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54 Re: Some Stuff on Thu Apr 24, 2014 9:52 am

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RepublicMaster wrote:What's the point in advertising Bergenstein, in Bergenstein? Razz

They are still trying to convince themselves that Bergenstein is a good place to live.

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55 Re: Some Stuff on Thu Apr 24, 2014 10:45 am

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Sorry I forgot to mention that ad was not displayed in Bergenstein, it was displayed in Etrusque, and any other Althenan country that whishes it to be played

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56 Re: Some Stuff on Fri Apr 25, 2014 3:44 pm

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57 Re: Some Stuff on Fri Apr 25, 2014 7:26 pm

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Really nice city building skills, Agunter! I love those old cities you can make in SC4.

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58 Re: Some Stuff on Fri Apr 25, 2014 9:10 pm

Remember the flood Razz

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59 Re: Some Stuff on Fri Apr 25, 2014 9:12 pm

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The canals & surrounding areas look great Alex! Smile



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60 Re: Some Stuff on Fri Apr 25, 2014 10:48 pm

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I love those canals Very Happy

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61 Re: Some Stuff on Sat Apr 26, 2014 4:06 am

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Nice canals!  Very Happy 

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62 Re: Some Stuff on Sat Apr 26, 2014 5:28 am

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Thankyou all very much

And for all those who moaned

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63 Re: Some Stuff on Thu Aug 28, 2014 10:21 am

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My travels through Bergenstein

Hi,

I'm Christian, I am 33 years old and I live in Birmingham, Trentannia. I have throughout my life been fascinated about Bergenstein however I have never been. When the Wars started I thought that I would never be able to go however Colong Holidays solved that issue for me. They run tours around Bergenstein for people to Bergenstein's current state. Getting on one of these tours though is horrifically hard. There so many paper to sign and then you have to fill about 30 forms in applying for permits and what not just to get through certain checkpoint. Fortunately Colong sort all accommodation out for you though food is not included. This was good as this way we could experience all the delights of traditional Bergen food. I have learned a number of the Bergenstain languages however the tour is in my home language, the international language. I also expect lots of Bergen to be able to speak it though  I have bout 20 odd phrase books just in case. I even bought Etruscan, Insuloan and Mervegian ones, just in case we get caught up in Coalition issues. As a Trentannian I can already speak Breullan and Sinopean. I have also had to get a large amount of money in about ten different currencies, despite there only being one official currency many areas will not accept it, especially in the south. We have also been given a list of what not to take with us, some of the things are rather amusing actually. Anyway I am about to get out of taxi near the Bruellen boarder, the tour picks us up just inside Bergenstein and I was not going to leave my car in Bergenstein. No thank you.  

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Well hello again I have just been through boarder control and now I am in bed in my hotel room, just a Frist Inn, nothing special nothing out of the ordinary. But by god it has taken me all day to get through the boarder crossings, all three of them. When I left you I had just arrived a few metres from the Breullen border control. After a quick toilet check (this was the wised move in my life) I joined the queue. There were two queues one for Bergen citizens and one for non citizens. The line wasn't that long however each person had the bags checked they were patted down, some were even taken off to be stripped searched. But gosh I was glad I wasn't Bergen they were being much more thorough with them. They were each interviewed intensively. I had to supply three documents here and my passport. One from the Breullan Government giving me rights to access Bergenstein, one from my travel company to prove my purpose of visit and one from the Bergen Federal Government. Tew whole proses took about two hours if you include the queue.

I was out of Breullen now and there was no going back. To get to the Bergen control I had to walk over a bridge over the river --<>Will I forgot did we ever name the river that forms our northern half of our border<>-- Bright flowers lined the river, it was all very pictures, well apart from the excess of military hardware. There were six tanks alone on the Breullen border, the tanks were huge, much bigger than I thought. I won't give too many details though I don't want this taking down because it could be used a military intelligence. Not that any of the stuff was hidden. A few army lorries drove past full of troops. I had never seen so many guns, but I suppose I was going to have to get used to that. I watched a Breullen patrol boat slowly chug by. I decided to stop and eat my sandwich I had prepared just in case I was stuck in a long queue. Breullen ham is nothing special, well not from a cheapo supermarket that is. I Bergen patrol vessel was moored on the opposite bank. It actually belonged to Berge, the state that I was about to enter. The most normal as people have dubbed it. It by the looks of things had been in a battle. It had a number of bullet shaped dents in it.

I finished up and headed for the Federal Bergen Frontier. This time I joined a single queue which was a bit longer however moved a bit faster. Well or so I thought. I was in the line for well over three hours and I got plenty of time too look around. The weather was pleasantly hot well getting into the second hour it was uncomfortable but a man selling chilled water from a bag that looked a little dodgy but did worry too much as a security guard bought one. If it was safe for him it would be ok. And I was  great relief indeed. I paid the man in Lagos, he refused my Thauler, I found that rather interesting. There were a number of tanks which were rather old and other armoured vehicles all painted in the dull murky grey of the Bergen Federal Army. Some had a sort of camouflage while others were solid grey. Reminded me of GAW a bit. The crossing was labelled as a Bergen Federal Checkpoint however the old name of Central Border Guard Crossing Station still shone through in the light. Apparently this pre war people were waved through sometime checking passport when deemed important. How that had changed. There were plenty of soldier here now and I would not like to cross them. When I finally go to the checks I had to show my passport and the same federal document as last time as well as a note I received from the previous checkpoint. My passport was also stamped with the Bergen coat of arms. That was quite a special moment for me, finally got the Bergen stamp. Now I had to just survive this tour and I would have it forever.

After a rep from Colong escorted me to a taxi. I showed him my holiday tickets and passport and we were off, to what I thought was the hotel and I though there might even be time for me to go on a little walk but I was surprised to see yet another checkpoint. This was for entry into the state Berge. This time there were actual border guards in police like uniforms doing the checks. That was quite a nice sight. The military presence was also reduced. t was interesting seeing the different uniforms and that all military vehicles were painted in a much light grey. When we got to the checkpoint however we had to be searched. The van was only quickly scanned, they were probably used to it however I had to unpack and even unfold my clothes. They searched every bit of my luggage. They were much friendlier here I found but that may be linked to the fact it wasn't a military run checkpoint. The it was a quick drive to this First Inn. I had a nice simple meal and a really nice beer. Apparently a very local, so local that is was only made in the nearby town. It had quite a hoppy taste yet wasn't that strong.

And that is my first day, Tomorrow we have a breakfast reception then the tour begins. I cannot wait.

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