Youth Guest House (Jugendgastehaus) Stuttgart

Richard.Wagner Str. 2 - 4a, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, 70184 , Germany | Hostel

Travel Blogs from Stuttgart

Decisions, decisions... Porsche or Mercedes Benz?

A travel blog entry by jojorockstar


Answer... both... but I'll get to that in a minute.

Today was cold and wet. I had a morning train in the rain to Stuttgart and found the hostel after a bit of a walk. This one is fairly large and you arrive at a lift on the street. From there, you go down two floors to the reception desk. They were very nice and let me in early. I got a 4 …


A travel blog entry by seb89

Well, having not updated the world on my adventures and shena****ns for more than a week i believe i have deservedly lost the title of blogging *****. And so i need another dose, as im sure you do too. This weekend we had a Rotary meeting on the little island called Föhr, with about 80 exchangees from two districts. And that many together can only …

Germany wins!

A travel blog entry by breezyweezy


... I wait for Taylor: Breakfast at the hotel was fabulous and included in our stay. A nice woman made fresh eggs to order and brought me peppermint tea. Also at the buffet (not large but nice) were an assortment of fresh breads, yogurt with jams and cereals, many sausages and meats, some smoked, some not, hard and soft cheeses. I chose a nice piece of dark german bread with butter and brie, smoked ham and salmon, eggs and tea. I could get used to ...

Rest day...sort of...

A travel blog entry by kochwebb


... roads and bike paths. At one point the garmin had me going along a bike path through farm fields between two towns and all of a sudden told me to take a right turn down an unpaved tractor path. Not seeing a way out other than going 5 km back the way I came, I decided to take the goat path from hell. Thankfully it was short and not too rough. The other thing that slowed me ...

Welcome to Deutschland!

A travel blog entry by kochwebb


... away. It took us another 20 minute route march to get to where the car was parked. By now we'd walked half way to Stuttgart...who needs a car! Of course, they didn't have the model we wanted, which was a VW Passat Combi (station wagon), so they gave us a Peugeot (****-joe) MPV. What a piece of junk! The window was so large that the sun glare made the dash appear in white across the inside of the window and we couldn't see anything. We arrived in Stuttgart ...


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