Hotel Restaurant Hoehenblick
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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76km, 18-35deg, fine, clear blue skies and sunny. We had a bread roll with cold meat and cheese, coffee, fruit and yoghurt in our room for brekkie to start the day. The Mercure provided us with a coffee machine and pods which were renewed every day. Got under steam at 8:30am and were on an immaculate bike path immediately, which is completely normal in Germany. Rode through the park where we were yesterday past the Zoo and onto ...
... roads, footpaths, walkways, buildings, parking areas) and some parts leading up to it are more like a train smash than a train station. We would love to see the finished product, the Germans don't muck about when they build something it is first class. The project will be finished in 2021 and was so controversial that the local govt had a referendum on it before proceeding. We climbed the Main Station Tower to get an overall perspective of ...
... for themselves but can't capture the size or extent of the place. The Porsche Museum was great too but they've never had the range or the extensive history Merc has experienced. Both museums have a current model section where you can check out prices and range; and dream a little. They are both making inroads into Electric Vehicle technology and it won't be long before most of us will be driving ...
... The chamber then mediates between business and school. But the businesses pay for the vocational education and the chamber is responsible for testing the students. After that we had a private tour of the Kessler winery. They make a wonderful Sekt (sparkling wine) in a winery that is over 500 years old. At dinner I had a wonderful Kase Spatzel (German version of Mac and cheese, and it was unbelievable. My new favorite ...
... first bus - clearly they could do with putting on more frequent buses.
The bus was an open top double decker bus with an audio guide in 8 languages. Look out for the photo of the warning sign not to stand up when the bus is driving, or you'll lose your head. Stuttgart suffered quite a bit of damage during the war probably due to their automotive factories, so not a lot of historical buildings remain. It was apparently the ...