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Europe » Switzerland » South-West » Interlaken June 2nd 1988

Geo: 46.4242, 7.4731Ian met us at the station. We went to a cafe for coffee, even though we were starving ... but Monika was getting ready for work. Finally, to their flat for a delicious breakfast of yogurt, croissants, jam, and chocolate. I napped while Paul and Ian went for a walk and beer. After, we went to Monika's parents' house to meet their BIG dog. In the evening, we went with Ian, Monika, her sister, and the sister's boyfriend to a bar in the mountains, with a view of the Jungfrau. After drinks, went to the restaurant next door, with windows out to Alps. Ate rosti, various meats, and salad. Coffee for afters. Finally, a real bed!... read more

Europe » Switzerland » South-West » Lake Geneva May 16th 1985

My sister Sue, my nephew Brendan and niece Alyssa, and her mother-in-law Vovo came for a visit in the Spring following our move to Brussels. After a few days with us visiting sights in Brussels, we decided to drive through France to Switzerland and back through Germany and Luxembourg. We took my youngest sister Carol as far as Paris. Linda decided to stay home, as there wasn’t room in the car. Upon our return from Switzerland, Linda had some great news for us. After digesting the news we visited Brugges, Belgium, and Keukenhof, Marken and Volendam, the Open Air Museum and Madurodam in Holland. Linda joined us for this later portion of our vacation. 16 May 1985 Thursday. Carol joined us for the drive to Paris where we dropped her off with friends. She joined us ... read more
Arc de Triomphe at night, Paris
Notre Dame Cathedral
Place de la Concord with Eifel Tower in the distance

Europe » Switzerland » South-West May 20th 1978

In early May 1978 my Mom flew from Thailand to be with us for several weeks. I took her and Linda on a business trip to Jever Air Base, a German base in northern Germany that the USAF would use in wartime. We stayed and ate a small gasthaus. While eating, the landlord’s teenage kids, Jenny and Jurgen, noticed we spoke English. Soon we were helping them do their English homework. The next day while I was at the German air base, they took my Mom and Linda on a tour of the town. It was freezing cold and they insisted everyone have ice cream. In German the J is pronounced as a Y, so we will always remember the kindness of Yenny and Yurgen from Yever. After my meetings, we drove back to Ramstein via ... read more
Versailles
Bob and Linda at Versailles
Mary, Linda and Mom at Versailles




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