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Stephen and Carmel Sieberson

The lighter side of life appears regularly in Sieberson’s activities. For several summers he delivered humorous lectures on European history and culture on Holland America cruise ships. At home in Omaha, he and his wife Carmel regularly host student parties at their house. Winters have found them skiing in Colorado, and summers bring far-flung travels. Their latest stop is Madrid, and they have become regulars in the tapas restaurants along the Cava Baja.

In the realm of outdoor adventure, Sieberson has been a skydiver (29 jumps) and a scuba diver. He continues to enjoy downhill skiing, cross country skiing and snowboarding. He and Carmel take long walks nearly every day. To hold it all together, Sieberson practices yoga.

According to Sieberson, the key ingredient in his varied and always interesting life is his Italian-American wife, his best friend. “Wherever we go, Carmel is sure to find good food and good companions. I tend to get wrapped up in my work, but she is always there to remind me that today must also be enjoyed. To defer the pleasure of living is to waste a perfectly good day on this earth. She’s right, of course, and the more I listen to her, the better it is for me.”

King Charles III (Carlos III), fondly remembered as the Mayor King of Madrid, reigns over Madrid's Puerta del Sol, the geographic center of Spain.

King Carlos III, fondly remembered as the Mayor King of Madrid, reigns supreme on Puerta del Sol, the geographic dead-center of Spain.

After visiting all of the major capitals in Europe, Sieberson is effusive in his praise of Madrid. “It’s easy to cover the Centro on foot, while the Metro and train systems are affordable and efficient. Madrileños are friendly, the food is great, and the beer is cheaper than water. We live in La Latina/Lavapies, whose charm conquers all of the dog droppings. Best of all, the American Women’s Club has welcomed us with open arms and shown us how to live the good life in Spain. Our only regret is that the semester will eventually come to an end. We will come back whenever possible.”

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