BEST WESTERN Plazahotel Stuttgart-Ditzingen
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... all my christmas shopping, however, now remains the lingering question as to how I will bring all of this stuff back with me with just one suitcase). There was even a tiny old fashioned carousel and ferris wheel which I rode. Despite the freezing weather and the fact that it took an hour for my toes to defrost I had a really great time! Yesterday, December 6th, was Nicholas Tag in Germany which is ...
... that it gets quickly overwhelming but you could spend many hours looking and a lot of money on the different things they sell there. It is truly a shoppers dream. The next day my Aunt took me to the Christmas market in Rodersberg, which was so beautiful and snowing that it looked like something out of a fairy tale. This particular market is special because huge pine trees are brought from the woods and they create a forest in the middle of the town. The trees are so tightly packed ...
... starting in a circular pattern of extending concentric circles. The exhibits are somewhat designed to be viewed in chronological order and the first exhibit is the 1939 Porsche 64 Prototype which looks more spaceship than roadcar. From there the museum goes from early begininngs at the turn of the century when Ferdinand Porsche was designing all types of vehicles from fire trucks to early racers. Then it broadens out to when he ...
... my aunt the food was actually really good. I also translated a pie recipe into German for my aunts friend Kuno to make, and although it was his first pie he has ever made, it probably was one of the best ones I've ever eaten. Today I took Evann to Stuttgart and we went to a winter market, and roamed in and out of cafes, churches, and stores. It is starting to ...
... the streets and going into the little boutiques we traveled back to Ruetlingin and had "kaffee and kuchen" at the base of a small mountain called the Achalm. After filling up on sweets my aunt, cousin, and hiked to the top where there is an old castle ruin and a look out tower from the 19th century. We watched the sunset and had an amazing view and although I have ...
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