Mercure Hotel Stuttgart City Center
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... we got up and the house was empty. It was so lonely so we decided to get out of there. We had some last minute pick ups to add to the list of items we had already accrued. One of which was a carry on bag and another was a pair of Birkenstocks for Briony. We caught the train into Stuttgart and went shopping along the main drag for a couple of hours searching for our items. We hadn’t come up with anything by the time Rach met us for lunch at 12.
We went to a beer ...
... flight to Frankfurt.
Once in Frankfurt we went to the baggage area to gather our gear. Damn this is a big airport! It took us almost 30 minutes just to get to the baggage area. All our gear appeared safe and sound including the bike box. Everything in hand, we made our way to the car rental places to get our car for the holiday...another 15 minute walk. We rented from Sixt, which was the cheapest ones to rent from...guess why...they park their ...
Good morning Lord! So, this morning we got up at 8am. Got changed and packed our bags. We had breakfast downstairs. I had cereal with yogurt. A bread roll with scrambled eggs and tomatoes. I swallowed it down with 2 glasses of juice. I was full. Thank you Jesus for food. We walked down to the station and arrived with ample time. We found our train and hopped on with 10 minutes to spare. Thank you Jesus! We sat down and just relaxed. When the conductor arrived, he tried ...
... pedestrian only Konigstrasse below us.
Soon we caught the S bahn to the Mercedes Benz Museum. The museum was amazing.Not only is it an amazing adrenalin rush for car lovers , it is a very moving recounting of the history of the world in the eyes of the giant car maker. It details the story all through the great wars, the berlin wall and through other remarkable human stories. A must see. All of this took a good three hours.
... out of available rooms. We briefly considered sleeping in the car, but neither of us had really planned for it, and in the end it seemed like a better idea just to move on to another city. As I flipped through the guide, trying to see a city that was large enough that it would have cheap facilities that weren’t just youth hostels, I was losing hope. Dad was talking about visiting Tübingen tomorrow, so we needed to stay somewhere in the south if at all ...