Hilton Garden Inn Stuttgart NeckarPark
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... background. This is one of the few cities with such a diversified mix where the crime rate remains relatively low. Let's hope it is not only one generation away from being not so.
World war two saw much of the city destroyed although most of the main historical buildings survived.After the Allied Invasion, De Gaulle seemed to have his eye on the joint and wouldn't readily give it up and wanted the French troops to liberate the place ...
... the Easter rush pass me by. Already the trains are filling up with families, holidaymakers, travelers, Uni and school students all heading off or home for Easter. According to my good mate Mark Twain, Baden Baden is the place to be. Just within The Black Forest area it is recognised as Germany's second most beautiful town. I should Google and find out which one is first. In his writings he sings its praises but then he bags the "chips" out of it. No ...
... unsuccessfully and with some interesting sign language) to ask a couple of German hardware store owners who speak no English for a plunger. They offer us a cafetiere. We look around the shop and give up. Next stop for wifi we look up "sink plunger" (waschenbecken kolben) on google translate. We will try again tomorrow.
On the 10th we wake to more glorious sunshine. We use our last water for a cup of coffee and head off to a local town. We find ...
... it was the Vaihingen VVS bus bahnhof. Luckily, I had trouble opening the doors and the train departed for the next station before we could get off. Realizing that this wasn’t the correct stop, I reviewed the route plan on the train and determined that we needed to go three more stops. Upon arriving there, we got off the train, crossed the street and awaited the bus to the apartment. It had been an interesting travel journey, but without any real adverse effect.
... were coming to sit there and he said "yes" but told me to put the bags there anyway...?!? The interior of the train was slightly disappointing compared even with the Italians who thought of including a luggage stow. The Japanese bullet trains (Shinkansen) on the other hand are akin to travelling business centres and a cut above the rest. The ICE trains can reach speeds of over 350 kph however our train today was only meandering ...