Hotel Feuerbach im Biberturm

Feuerbacher Talstrasse 4, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, 70469, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Feuerbach area of Stuttgart, is near Porsche Museum, Schlossgarten, Weissenhof Colony (Weissenhofsiedlung), and Carl-Zeiss-Planetarium.
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    Travel Blogs from Stuttgart

    How Can I Miss You If You Don't Ever Leave?

    A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 11, 2014

    87 photos

    ... we got to the place where we would hike, there was no rain at all. In fact, the sun was coming out periodically throughout the entire day. It really was perfect hiking weather and just what we needed before we headed to the car to set out for Munich tomorrow. Hopefully I won't have to write about misadventures with the GPS tomorrow!

    For our farewell dinner, Steve and I wanted to ...

    Brother Can You Spare a Daim-ler?

    A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 10, 2014

    24 photos

    ... white paint with black squiggly lines. I guess it would hide you in a herd of zebras or something.

    I asked our tour guide where we went to get our complimentary Mercedes-Benz but apparently he thought I was kidding! It was an amazing tour. I was fascinated and mesmerized by the robotics. I think I need to get one of those cars for sure.
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    Flowers, Hiking & Aliens in the Trees

    A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 09, 2014

    203 photos

    ... festival and in in their town. Very charming and if we hadn't come here at Christine's suggestion, we would never have seen it...or met her father. He was like the unofficial mayor of the town. Everywhere we went people would stop him to say hello. He is a biologist and was a professor (also local bat expert). He also had wonderful insight into the city and its history. He was wonderful to meet and even more wonderful to have as our tour ...

    Bugs In Your Hair, Lead On Your Face & No Washing

    A travel blog entry by dgilcrest on Sep 08, 2014

    145 photos

    ... and not have to work in the fields. To get that white look, they would put white powder on their faces...white powder loaded with lead! Yes, they were poisoning themselves in order to look rich and pampered...go blue bloods! All of this I learned at the Castle of Hohenzollern. It was a pretty heart pumping jaunt up the side of a hill to get to the castle and we arrived early enough to have a tour of the grounds. The engineering and architecture in ...

    Interesting Archive Experience

    A travel blog entry by travelink on Sep 06, 2014

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    ... at least some information on my ancestors. So I followed proper procedure for this visit and made an appointment for a specific day and time. It turned out however that the actual records for my ancestors' village are not actually at the archive in Neuenstein, but at one in Bretzfeld which is the Gemeindeamt (county seat). Today the Bundestag found itself in quite a strange situation. It was called back for an extraordinary special session during its summer recess. Coming back to ...