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Tonight Sylvia, one of our staff members, surprised her mother with a bouquet of red roses and a dessert with a candle for her birthday. To top it off Sylvia had bought her mother a golden ring with a red stone. She was visibly surprised.
Sylvia’s parents and family came to the States from Russia.
Robert and Kelly came to visit Louisville last weekend to finalize some last wedding plans. His sister Nina took the opportunity to shoot some fun engagement photos of the two. It was their idea to pose in traditional German clothing: Robert in Lederhosen and Kelly in a Dirndl. Looks like the two are ready for work!!
Dear valued guests,
The Gasthaus will be closed on May 9 & 10, 2008 for the wedding of Robert Greipel, the owners’ son, and his beautiful fiance Kelly Corneiller. We apologize for any inconveniences this may cause.
Your Gasthaus Team
Last week on March 12, 2008 we welcomed baby Lili Marlene to the world. Baby and mother, Simone, are doing fine. She was born at 2:51 pm at Norton Suburban Hospital and weighed 8lbs 6oz, 21 inches long.If you are wondering about the origin of the name:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lili_Marleen
Diggin’ through some old pictures we found one made around 1963 of Annemarie, far left, outside of London Heathrow Airport after she attended a course by BEA (the former British European Airways). She was a travel agent at that time. She said the reason she wasn’t looking in the camera was because she was checking out a pilot walking by. Good to know! But can anyone guess which of her kids resembles her the most? Post your ideas here!
The statement “It’s all in the details”, is evident when you come to our restaurant. Over the years we have added little pieces of decor giving the restaurant a more personal touch. Most of these items are straight from Germany and some have a very special family history.
Guests often ask us about the teddy bears placed in the lattice of the large house. Some are gifts from friends and some of them have been our toys…way back when.
Stay tuned, there’s more.