AMBER HOTEL Leonberg/Stuttgart
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We were in Stuttgart this week for work, so we took a short trip to explore Ludwigsburg. It was a cold day and we stopped for second breakfast at Residenz Cafe which was a 5th generation family business. Outside the shop was a mobile bakery with loads of cakes and breads (brot). Afterwards we walked through the town and stopped by ...
... rain and everything closed. We headed back to our house in Bad Wildbad.
While walking from the car we stopped at the grocery store to grab some snacks. We grabbed lunch from a truck outside selling rotisserie chicken, pork, and ribs. We each ordered pork, ribs, and fries, and headed back to the house to eat. Late that day we headed to the funicular, linking Bad Wildbad in the valley with Sommerberg on top of the mountain. This provided ...
I've been hearing about a lot about Hurricane Sandy today on the news. I can't believe I'm missing one of the most exciting things that has ever happened in Thetford. Hope everyone is staying safe! While you all have been braving out the storm I spent the weekend in Leonberg with my Mom's old friend and my mom's god daughter. It was great to spend time with them going in shops, eating good food, and playing with their dog (I miss my own dog so much!). Then yesterday ...
... of at a big gas station north of Lyon. We are already afraid of all the traffic going into Lyon and being unable to get past Lyon. Fortunately soon enough we found a guy who was going to Marseille. Matthieu can take us on the highway south of the city leading to Bordeaux. We could have gotten a ride with him all the way to Marseille, but we thought more people would go through Bordeaux towards Spain, so we don't. Later this decision turns out to be a very good ...
Got out of bed around 1pm, to join Kara and her American friend Dave for lunch at the Mensa. It was snowing, because it snows every day in Stuttgart. The mensa was a freezing cold 5-minute walk away, and the food was horrible, but I got a taste of the life on campus.
After lunch, Kara had to go to work for a few hours, so I hung out with Dave in her dorm room. We spent the afternoon sitting against her heater, talking about life in Stuttgart. Somehow the subject ...