BEST WESTERN Hotel Stuttgart 21
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... surprise - just a lovely place to visit with a quaint old town filled with a mixture of locals and tourists but we felt so safe and comfortable which is a rarity in some parts of Europe. Plenty of seedy back streets selling sex and who knows what else, though but you cant have the sweet without the sour! (penis shaped bread rolls for sale also WTF? not sure who's buying these) We watched the Aussies get over the line ...
... up and make it to work. At any rate, we hadn’t seen Regina in over a year so we had to get up and visit with them, especially since we didn’t know how long it would be since we’d see them again. Today was their 48th wedding anniversary and they were heading for the Volksfest to hang out a bit and have lunch there, so they didn’t stay very long. After they left, Connie made plans with Lori and ...
We also had a lot of fun watching the construction workers across the road… you should not believe how many apartments can fit on such a small space… but you do realize how it is when you want to drive in or out of the garage or find a parking spot in front of your own ...
... were not eager enough to continue… but finally we continued and 5 hours later we end up at the bottom… we saw all – and again there is still that really cool Mercedes which never got sold.
A quick check on the car lot and it is time to say good bye to Markus and we are on the way home.
What did we see?
- It starts at the beginning with the first cars and the invention or the car from ...
Felsenkappelle – Rock chapel: which is interestingly built into the sandstone… so half is rock and half is built. Already in 1483 some monks said the caves here remind them of the caves in Jerusalem. So in 1618 they finally carved into the stone. So you felt you are like in a cave but also in a church… even on the ...