Monthly Archives: November 2007

“Where the @%&# is Ausfahrt?!”

  The title of this entry was written on a t-shirt that we saw during our travels in Germany.   As non-German-speaking Americans, we could relate to the shirt’s sentiments during our first hour or two on the German autobahn.  We’d … Continue reading

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‘Tis the Season

  As I mentioned in an entry a few weeks back, certain public-sector employees – in this case: subway and train drivers – went on strike to protest having to work till age 60 (instead of 50 or 55, depending … Continue reading

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8 Days and 5 Countries

  Just returned from our Toussaint Vacation trip: NE France; Bavaria, Germany; freeways in Austria; the world’s 4th smallest country, Lichtenstein; and Bern, Switzerland.  We travelled – by car – around 2500 klicks (1600 miles) and I think it’s safe … Continue reading

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