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MEMORY LANE

by jannieran Online Now Jun 3, 2006 at 10:01 AM

I was, a very long time ago, stationed in Landstuhl, and have been
thinking about returning for a trip down Memory Lane.
There are a couple of places I'm particularly interested in revisiting:
First is the restaurant The Stade Keller----it was a behind a building
down the stairs kind of place with fabulous Chateaubriand...
Second is a place called Der Goldner Adler---and I'm not even sure if
that is the correct spelling--it was a cafe/?lodging?
Anyone been to Restaurant De Tony in Kindsbach? I'm wondering if this
is the place that used to be 'Tonys Pizzaria'---hmmm....
Are there are any resonably priced places to stay?
Would be so appreciative for any information. Thank You.

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  • RE: MEMORY LANE

    by eryden Online Now Dec 30, 2006 at 2:09 PM

    I also was stationed at Landstuhl and worked in Surgery at the hospital. I also was a night manager for the NCO Club Caduceus. I stayed in Germany and worked for Bond Motors in Vogelweh, etc. I was stationed there from 1967 to 1969. I stayed a year and returned stateside.

    I also went to Tony's pizzeria. I still have contact with my old boss who still lives there. I just asked him about Tony's and he said it was still there. I remember Tony and the great food and pizza. We went there alot. Tony would make this special desert. It was a Banana flambé and out of this world.

    I also plan to go back this next year. I am trying to remeber everything and have been going to maps etc trying to re-pace my life there.

    I would be interested in any exchange of memories to re-fresh memories.

    Ed

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  • Re: MEMORY LANE

    by jannnieran Online Now Sep 21, 2007 at 7:34 PM

    Ed:
    I'm so surprised to see a response....and so delighted!
    Thanks for the news about Tony's Pizzeria, when I go back
    for a visit, it's one of the top destinations!
    I lived there in ~ 1975, and of course, these places
    stick in your heart forever!
    My plans for a return visit this year didn't work out,
    but I won't give up!
    Thanks--
    j

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