BEST WESTERN Hotel Stuttgart 21
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... though I prefer the Porsche. They take the approach of a walk through the history of the motor vehicle, tied to world historic events occurring at the same time. This was then supplemented by themed displays such as buses; trucks; "helping vehicles" like ambulances, snow ploughs etc; celebrity owned Mercedes including Princess Di's, the Popemobile and others; and concept development cars.
I'd be happy to own anything prior to ...
Our trip has officially begun in Stuttgart, Germany. We were welcomed by Nadya's lovely German friend, Jonas. His roommate was sweet enough to stay at his girlfriend's so I could have a room to myself. Then after settling in Jonas made it his mission to ensure we were well taken care of and saw Stuttgart. I was excited to have fries again in Germany to have the wonderful yummy mayonnaise, mmm time to consume more calories than I can count! The plan was to go out ...
Stuttgart is all about cars, and so it was for us. Arriving at Stuttgart around lunchtime, we headed out on the local train system to find the Porsche Museum. €2.30 each way for each of us didn't seem all that cheap for only 2 zones, but we purchased our tickets and found our way successfully.
Both the Porsche and Mercedes-Benz Museums are incredible buildings that appear to be purpose built and trying to outdo one another. We needed 2-3 hours at each ...
... In the square you will also see a statue of Concordia, The Goddess of Harmony who watches over the square.
We were surprised to see a large crowd, and food vendors gathered for their summer festival. We made our way through the crowds toward the band stand. The singer and musicians, who were very good, were playing familiar American music sometimes singing in English and sometimes in German. There ...
... of Stuttgart, so it only took about 15 minutes to get there. I felt that it did turn out to be a good choice—quite picturesque. There were also a couple of interesting historical finds that weren’t expected including Kessler-Haus which was originally donated by Emperor Fredrich II in 1213 but since 1826 has been the site of the oldest producer of sparkling wine in Germany and also saw the house where Ferdinand Ritter von Hochstetter was born. He was a geologist who made ...