Mercure Hotel Stuttgart City Center
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... across a variety of hills and valleys and comes somewhat as a surprise to some who were expecting something different as the "cradle of the automobile". One can easily have preconceived ideas of what a place will look like. Similarly I did so of Berlin, and was expecting this drab, urban, industrial city. Well nothing could have been further from the truth. So it is for Stuttgart, and everyone is surprised by the amount of vineyards within ...
... I thought I might wait until I get to Baden Baden where my much beloved Mark Twain extols the virtues of the place. I will wait and see what the weather does first.
Other than that I managed to wash some clothes and put them through a dryer and spent an hour in what can only be described as a quiet room and I must say the music piped there through was sensational .But, as you know, it is inevitable that the end of the day , a cold beer and ...
... and it is awesome! The food was amazing and when we got home guess what we did. We played Yahtzee. This was for the win and the game went to Phillipp. We ended up playing one more which went to Briony so they both won and left me and Rach in last place.
We got up on our last day in Stuttgart and we actually left the apartment and head into town. We had some shop shop shopping to do as Oktoberfest is just around the corner and we need some Dirndl’s and Lederhosen for ...
... given the evident language barrier, but we laughed anyway. We found the German people we came across to be so rude and abrupt. There was an obvious problem with the seats next to us, double-booked we later found out, and rather than just sitting quietly, they stood in front of Kathy on 3 seperate occasions talking loudly to the people concerned. Obviously not a 'blanket' observation of all German people, but actually ...
... last pizza of Italy, considering it was an airport it was really good, and typing this really makes me want some more pizza.
My flight from Paris was uneventful, well, after I paid an extra 100 euros because of the weight of my luggage and got patted down because somehow I managed to set off the metal detector. (I'm pretty sure it was so sensitive that the buttons on my pants did that.)
After getting to Paris ...