We hope you don’t notice a decline in the paper while she is gone. If the truth be told, we will be glad to get the paper out of the door on time.
We got a kick out of an e-mail from Andrea last week in which she wrote about a “glorified hot dog” she ate in Frankfurt.
We can’t wait to hear how she describes the food in Hamburg.
Over the next few weeks, we have decided to give Andrea some advice about traveling in Europe using the Frankfurt model.
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Advice for Andrea
• Don’t forget to order the cooked flat bread with tasty toppings in Pisa.
• Try the chicken in Brest
• I understand that you can’t get a good meal in the entire nation of Hungary.
• I hear that Nice is friendly.
• Don’t wander in Rome.
• Keep close tabs on your ATM card in the Czech Republic.
• Don’t slip in Greece.
• The food is often overcooked in Bern.
• Stay away from the poultry in Turkey.
• You gotta try the frog in Prague.
• Don’t miss the sausage in Vienna.
• They do wonders with sprouts in Brussels.
• Don’t let them serve you plaster in Paris.
• It is hard to get to Rhodes.
• Avoid the con in Crete.
• Never say “g-day” in Gdansk.
• Don’t miss the zoo in Lyons.
• Try the granola in Grenoble.
• Go slow in Oslo.
• Try some peaches in Georgia.
• Don’t go swimming in Liverpool.
• Just skip food altogether in Belfast.
• Whatever you do, don’t bathe in the sink in Helsinki.