So many things to write about, hope I can remember most. Yesterday we made it to Maastricht (Holland), and I got some Francs (almost 100$ worth = 500 francs and a few geldons in change). We went to a restuarant and had some drinks, we then visited a coffe shop, yada-yada-yada, we left back to Aachen. Mike seemed to know of a good club, so we procedded to it. We first picked up one of his friends who spoke English (pretty well) and German, his name was Alexander. We arrived at the club, called Haus Waldersruh Himmerich, which I think is the name of the city as well? This was in Germany, and it took us about an hour to get there, easily. The club was good by American standards, it was the biggest and most populated of any I'd been to in the states. It was broken up into parts, with one being industrial-punk type, and others different sorts of music. The dance was similar, but not much physical contact going on at all. Most of the music played was American, and even though everyone could sing along to the words, I bet most of them didn't know what the words meant. We had one waitress which was sort'uve given to us, she spoke very good English. We later learned that she was a foreign exchange student for some time in L.A. She had not been to Texas, but seemed very interested to hear about it. We didn't get back from the club until about 4AM. In the morning around 10AM we said our farewells to our hosts in Aachen (including the kitties). We got a late start off to Paris, but proceeded close to midday. The trip was longer than expected, we had to double-back many times when we got to France, they have very confusing streets. The countryside turned out to be real flat in most places, but it was nice to look at anyway. Robert made a TX sign to show all those snooty Frenchmen we are not to be toyed with. But here's where all the details come, later I may have to remark on something I skipped over here, simply because there is so much, but here goes.