Abalon Hotel Ideal
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The woman at reception was extremely helpful and welcoming. Room looks good
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We made a big decision to have fewer single night hotel stays...but it means we need longer drives on the driving days. So, thanks to Www.booking.com we cancelled some accommodation and drove the best part of 600km today. Brussels to Stuttgart with a deviation via Lièges.
The first 450 km took 4.5 hours, the last 120 took another 2.5 hours. We …
... for alcohol for the nights entertainment. Rach cooked us some mean chicken pie and it was friggen delicious. We made ourselves some fancy shmancy cocktails and had a few too many for the evening. We played Yahtzee after dinner and I took the win throwing two Yahtzee’sfor the game! After phil went to bed mortified at our drunken state we played Uno again and I took home 3 out of four wins for a score of 430! I was catching Briony. We stopped playing and sat on the couch where ...
... on padlocks and padlocked them to the fence so they can leave a record of their visit.
This is Ewen in front of the Stuttgart Opera House. It has a big lake in front of it.
There are two palaces in the middle of the city. The first one is the "New Palace", and the second one is the "Old Palace".
... the tracks, while he did manage to avoid the tracks he did fall off his bike, (not me this time) but luckily no injuries. Riding in these places is very relaxed, cars, bikes and pedestrians all accommodate each other in the shared space.
Visited the stunning Cathedral (yes I know!) in the city square. Built over one thousand years ago, even though I am uncertain about ...
Of all of the spectacles of mankind that I've wanted to see firsthand, atop the list has always been the castles of Germany. Over the years, photos of these unbelievable palaces would pop up on a "World's Most Beautiful Places" blog or on some office poster paired with a phrase meant to 'inspire' employees. On Friday, the first day of Summer, I ambitiously set out to see four of these castles across Southern Germany. After leaving the Alps via a car ...