Mercure Hotel Stuttgart City Center
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... a little bit similar to the American tradition of Santa Claus. The night before, kids put out there snow boots and wait for them to be filled by St. Nicholas who arrives by donkey during the night and in the morning their boots are filled with tangerines, nuts, and chocolates. I've have been celebrating this holiday forever because my mom is German and of course put out my boots as I do every ...
... fashioned stands selling wooden toys, lanterns, and sugared almonds. It has always been a dream of mine to come to Germany in December and see the Christmas markets that my mom has always told me about. Also while I was in Stuttgart, Anke took me to the Markthalle (translated means market hall) which is this huge building filled with stands selling exotic cheeses, chocolates, meats and vegetables. The upstairs of the buildings sells furniture and stuff for the home and there so much ...
... the 356 and 911 models which were carried on by his son Ferry Porsche. There are so many immaculate cars on display that it sometimes hard to believe that you aren't in a showroom or that some are vintage autos. There are quite a few of the racers as well from circuits, Le Mans, F1 and even rally examples. The museum winds itself up to the top and you catch the extended escalators back down to the bottom.
We spent a good 2 hours in ...
... my aunt the food was actually really good. I also translated a pie recipe into German for my aunts friend Kuno to make, and although it was his first pie he has ever made, it probably was one of the best ones I've ever eaten. Today I took Evann to Stuttgart and we went to a winter market, and roamed in and out of cafes, churches, and stores. It is starting to ...
... the streets and going into the little boutiques we traveled back to Ruetlingin and had "kaffee and kuchen" at the base of a small mountain called the Achalm. After filling up on sweets my aunt, cousin, and hiked to the top where there is an old castle ruin and a look out tower from the 19th century. We watched the sunset and had an amazing view and although I have ...
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