BEST WESTERN Hotel Stuttgart 21
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... painted walls, marble statues, a theater, chapels, throne rooms, bedrooms, and even a toilet throne. The palace was cold and by the end, Annissa were pretty cold and could barely feel our feet. After the tour and a lot of walking, we stopped at another cafe in the square and had a nice crusty bread ham sandwich and some Darjeeling ...
... in a valley surrounded by forested hills. We walked around the town, enjoyed a nice lunch and continued our journey.
What a relaxing and enjoyable journey it was. Our next stop was in Schiltach, a classic German village in every way from the homes, the churches, the rathaus, ...
... me, since I was here last.
First off, Natasha and I found that a lot of things in Stuttgart were pretty much as we had left them. We had favorite bars and a favorite doener stand that were all still there. The bars had raised their prices a bit but it seemed like even the specials that we had ordered 8 years ago were still intact. As we wandered around the city, it was funny how quickly we would recognize a street, an alley, or a restaurant that we had ...
From Switzerland, we headed past the Black Forest and we had decided to visit Stuttgurt for a few days. For Tony, the appeal was the Porsche and Mercedes Benz museums (yes, more car museums!)
Unfortunately hotel was 25 kms outside Stuttgurt so we drove into town to check it out..
We first went to the Porsche Museum, the building was very modern and typical German in that it was very well organised, it included the full ...
Today I took the train to Stuttgart where I also first got myself a map and then walked around town, and saw the Königsstraße, which is the main shopping street, then the Schlossplatz, which is where the palace is, then I went into the Stiftskirche, a church near by, I then went to the Markthalle which is a big hall filled with little marketstalls. I then went to the Karlsplatz, ...