Mercure Hotel Stuttgart City Center
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... the rest. A lot of the aircraft were set up in such a way that you could walk through them, including the French Concorde and the Russian copy, the Tupolev TU - 144. It is the only Museum in the world with both of these aircraft. Our Museum-Fill satisfied several hours later we rode the short distance to our hotel a Guest House where we had the facilities to cook our own food. As the Cooking Genes in the ...
76km, 18-35deg, fine, clear blue skies and sunny. We had a bread roll with cold meat and cheese, coffee, fruit and yoghurt in our room for brekkie to start the day. The Mercure provided us with a coffee machine and pods which were renewed every day. Got under steam at 8:30am and were on an immaculate bike path immediately, which is completely normal in Germany. Rode through the park where we were yesterday past the Zoo and onto ...
... was the Palace, Town Hall, various museums, a few nice churches etc. One church we went into, Stifts Church, the organist was belting out some heavy music ( suspect a rehearsal for a midday concert) on a massive pipe organ. Impressive and nearly overwhelming in the relatively confined space of the church. We also ended up in the house of G.W.F. Hegel (no not the swimmer) the famous German Philosopher, of course you knew that!! He was and still it ...
... vehicle. The Girls did the Hop-on Hop-off Bus to see the sights of Stuttgart. Mostly took in the older part of the city, the little that survived the extensive WWII bombing anyway. Dinner tonight was at a very nice Thai Eatery (Pad Thai with chicken) at the Main Railway Station. Inexpensive, quick but very clean and nice tasting with wine/beer etc available. Tomorrow the Boys and Girls are back ...
... you see what looks like an underlit castle on the water (and it just so happens thatour French radio station has been for some time playing scary movie title themes). We park up, drink a beer, watch Game of Thrones and tumble into bed.
The next morning we wake in Metz, cycle in and park our bikes. What we thought was a small stunning town turns out to be a huge picturesque twon which sprawls for miles. What an amazing place! We wander through the town ...