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As we were so close to Stuttgart (30 miles) it would have been churlish not to visit the Merc Museum. (Porsche also built one but whereas we could maybe afford a Merc, the other probably wouldn't be very practical?)
Anyway, Tom Tom took us directly to the Merc Stadium where we were able to park for free and after a short walk the rather striking museum building (next ...
... us to the fact that it was closed on Mondays! (Saved us a wasted trip)
Lasagne lunch (it was a 9 in the Shearer Lasagne Classification Scale) was followed by a walk along the river bank (weather still kind and we were able to sit out whilst the GNR was taking place)
After a swift bit of re-planning, we rang Zoe to confirm travel details and it was actually better for her for us to arrive on Wednesday to check for parking access on their ...
... sundae. We strolled through the gardens and spent some time feeding the swans and ducks. A funicular took us to the top and we walked to Auerhahn restaurant, which offered great views of the town below. I had been waiting to have black forest cake in the Black Forest, but I decided to have goulash soup instead. I didn't miss out though, because Frank and Max both had the black forest cake, one with alcohol and one without. We caught the furnicular back down ...
We woke up to a German breakfast prepared by Ingeborg (very different to the sweet French breakfast) of bread, baked pretzels, smoked ham and eggs. Franz had already left for work so Ingeborg took us into Pforzheim by train. Pforzheim is known for its jewellers and goldsmiths. While looking around one of the galleries, we sipped on champagne with gold leaf! While walking around the city we noticed a lot of pretzel shops, they even fill them ...
We awoke to a table full of fresh chocolate croissants and plain croissants, chinois and baguettes. Coffee and hot chocolate was had in soup bowls! We said our goodbyes and Benjamin dropped us off at Montargis station. We were so sad to leave :( We arrived in Paris, took the metro to Gare de Lyon, and then caught the fast train to Karlsruhe. Franz ...
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