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... of the city; picture Centennial Park and The Domain alive with vineyards.
Once again Europe plays its "Regional Card" as folks round these here parts are referred to as Swabian and even have their own dialect. The River Neckar forges its way through the numerous valleys which I am told is unusual for a Germany city to be situated within hills and valleys. The Neckar is a tributary of the Rhine and interestingly The River Enz from ...
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Well I have finally run into some poor weather and it has stifled me a little in regards to where I was heading. I was hoping to get down to Freiburg at the other end of The Forest. Not to worry as I have ended up in a beautiful part of The Black Forest but just a little north of here I wanted to be. I am the one who said it is not about the destination but more so the journey so I will have to hold myself to those ...
... us for a light lunch and showed us the location of the bus stop for our trip back to the train station. For lunch we each had the daily special of Langosh which is quite similar to our elephant ears served at fairs. Brenda and I had ours topped with applesauce and Herr Rieger chose cheese for his. After returning to Stuttgart and the apartment, we baked a fresh pizza that we purchased at the grocery.
On Thursday Brenda was a bit tired, so she stayed at the apartment to rest, ...
... of course bought something while we were there). Headed out to the car, got to the boom gate and it wouldn't let us out and told us in German what we needed to do....no idea but our guess was that it was NOT free but had free spaces....we still needed to pay. Only one exit and I am blocking it. Sandy runs to the machine while I squeeze Pug 2 against the wall. Two cars squeeze past without blinking ....Sandy returns and we are safely on our ...
... got home, and my host decided to take me Salsa dancing.
It was so so much fun!!
And he is such a good dancer...even though he won't admit it. Or believe me.
It is these kind of moments that Ilive for. I'm not in the biggest cities. I'm not sky-diving over the alps (although that would be fun!). I am getting an insight into someone's life...just how it would be without me there.
That's the thing about couchsurfing.