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David Boeke
Works at Johnson & Johnson
Lives in Asbury, NJ
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  • Johnson & Johnson
    Director Enterprise Architecture, 1997 - present
  • Biopsys
    Manager of Information Systems, 1996 - 1997
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Corporate Technologist and Amateur Photographer, Writer and Golfer
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Incredible place to stay, one of a kind experience that you will never forget. I stayed at Olle & Marie's for a long weekend with my wife and three daughters, we wish we could have gone back and spent the entire week there. The Location is spectacular and the town is as perfect as any swiss village you will ever see. There is easy cable car access from the village to Murren and to the Lauterbrunnen Valley. Be sure to stop by the local hostel that is across from the cable car, they have hot pizza, cold beer and a unparalleled views across the valley to waterfalls on the opposing rock face. We didn't see Maria while we were there, but Ollie was a gracious host. He even took time to help me with internet research for a swiss specialist in Geneva. Pro Tip: there is wonderful hiking above Murren and paths that lead back to Gimmelwald, but the ones leading down to Gimmelwald are very steep (it's the alps, so duh!). I suggest taking the funicular above Murren, then hiking around and return to Murren via the path, then the cable car back to Gimmelwald; it will take the same time, but will save the steepest parts of the trip from your tired feet.
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Being new to the area, I was recommended to Readington Auto & Tire by a work colleague. I have four cars that I maintain and have been here many times for both repairs and routine maintenance and always received great service and good advice. I have never felt any "upsell" pressure during routine maintenance, and when a repair was necessary they were clear and honest about what work needed to be done (vs. what could be put off or wasn't necessary). Will be back, thanks!
Public - 3 years ago
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