Eurohotel Sindelfing Stuttgart

Address: Waldenbucher Strasse 84 , Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, 71065 , Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Waldenbucher Strasse 84 , Stuttgart, is near SI Erlebnis-Centrum.
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Travel Blogs from Stuttgart

Schhhhhstootgut !

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 08, 2015

4 comments, 10 photos

... of the city; picture Centennial Park and The Domain alive with vineyards.

Once again Europe plays its "Regional Card" as folks round these here parts are referred to as Swabian and even have their own dialect. The River Neckar forges its way through the numerous valleys which I am told is unusual for a Germany city to be situated within hills and valleys. The Neckar is a tributary of the Rhine and interestingly The River Enz from ...

The Black Forest and....Peter's Feeling for Snow!

A travel blog entry by peterconnor on Apr 01, 2015

5 comments, 11 photos

... competing with castles and old buildings for pride of place along the river.When at Phorzeim I had to change to a smaller train and something like a cross between a train and a tram I soon found out that this was the Enz Valley Railway and the River Enz races through the gorge. The trip was very scenic and all along the line were little towns, villages and hamlets with the train itself virtually running through the main streets of these little ...

Avoiding a Strike Out

A travel blog entry by travelink on Oct 18, 2014

44 photos

... of Stuttgart, so it only took about 15 minutes to get there. I felt that it did turn out to be a good choice—quite picturesque. There were also a couple of interesting historical finds that weren’t expected including Kessler-Haus which was originally donated by Emperor Fredrich II in 1213 but since 1826 has been the site of the oldest producer of sparkling wine in Germany and also saw the house where Ferdinand Ritter von Hochstetter was born. He was a geologist who made ...

Welcome to Deutschland!

A travel blog entry by kochwebb on Jul 01, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... away. It took us another 20 minute route march to get to where the car was parked. By now we'd walked half way to Stuttgart...who needs a car! Of course, they didn't have the model we wanted, which was a VW Passat Combi (station wagon), so they gave us a Peugeot (****-joe) MPV. What a piece of junk! The window was so large that the sun glare made the dash appear in white across the inside of the window and we couldn't see anything. We arrived in Stuttgart ...

Stuttgart hallo

A travel blog entry by miura09 on Sep 27, 2013

2 photos

... onto the next one. Fortunately it on on the next platform so we just had to walk across. We hopped on this train and then waited till we had to get off at Neuerberg. We got there and had 20 minutes to grab a bite. We went down and got a sandwich with coke and then went back to our platform. We hopped on and ate our lunch in peace. We arrived in Stuttgart. We caught the S-Bahn to Fellbach where Anita picked us up. Nadzha kept her updated on our way to her so when ...