Travel Blogs from Stuttgart
... offers. There were 2 highlights. First the road between Pfronzheim and Muehlhausen. A quite road, slowly going up and in the deep the Wuerm. Really a pleasure to ride. At the end of the day I arrived in Naturpark Schoenbuch. A quite park with dark forest and great valleys !
Tomorrow it goes up the Schwaebisch Alp. From 300 meters up to 737 meters.
Pleaxe have a look at the pictures of today.
... during the war. And it's not small with a population of over 123,000. It's on the river Neckar.
P.S. They wouldn't accept a card at "Pasta e Basta" across from the railway station - just as well we used that ATM. For dinner, we decided to stay close to the hotel as so many places weren't opening as it's a Sunday. There was a Greek place that probably did very well - but twice/thrice the price of our 6.50 pizza & calzoni and 3 Euro half litre beer!
... this was pretty cool for me.
The back part of the garden is full of fairytale locations, like Rapunzel's tower, and the gingerbread cottage from Hanzel and Gretal. We wandered around and explored, and discovered that if you stand ...
... of the WW1 information. I should also add that all of these places have decided it is the focus of their tourism for the 2014-2018 period.
If I had to pick some museums / monuments
- Menin gate
- Villers Bretonneux
- Pheasant Wood (opens next month)
... again would be possible, especially with the cockerel cock-a-doodle-doing in the distance. I said that if in an hour I was still awake then I was getting up. I was still so freezing cold so I wedged my feet in between the two blow up mattresses and because we were on a slope, Jess just rolled over on top the gap (and on top of my feet). Despite the really awkward positioning, we both managed to fall asleep for an additional 4 hours!!
We packed up ( a lot ...