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European Vacation

Mandy wouldn't let me pick my own question... so I had to choose it randomly by page number without looking. Here's a question from page 133.

Question #2: If you won an all-expenses-paid trip for two weeks, where would you go?

Mandy: Hawaii is tempting but... I'm going to say Europe. I'd want to travel around different countries, France, Germany, Spain, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and the former Czech Republic. (She's laughing at the Czech Republic. I think it's a fine place to live.)

I want to eat good food, drink good wine, and see lots of castles.

Jason: Please allow me to translate. She wants to visit France, and hook up with a guy named Pierre. She wants to stop in Germany and do it with a guy named Heinrich. Then head over and meet Miguel in Spain. Jet over to Austria for a tryst with Gustav. Ski a little in Switzerland, then head to Italy with Mario for some pasta. Lastly, she'd fly to Sweden with Inge and Sonia for a little lesbian menage a trois. Okay, that last bit may be just me fantasizing, but the rest is absolutely true.

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