Holiday Inn Stuttgart
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... as the bells were ringing and then went on to the palace. The English tour wasn't available for a few hours, so we went on the German tour of the palace. We only understood about 1% of what the tour guide said, but it was probably interesting. Unfortunately, no picture taking inside, but there were some lavish, ...
... the road. Mine starts just about...now :) No flat, no car, no $20.000 kitchen. For what must have been months on end my mom and I would surely loved to have rung the bells of city hall, when our laborious move out of the flat and into freedom finally arrived. Much of it is also due to a handful of people, especially my mate Marc. Thanks buddy! Yet one very dear lady friend of mine could not ...
... it gets us where we need to go.
So we got on our bus and 3 and a half hours later we arrived in schoenes (beautiful) Stuttgart. Unfortunately, 13 or 14 hours of travel wreaked havoc on my stomach and we stayed pretty close to the hotel the first night.
Tuesday was our first full day in Stuttgart and we decided to go to the Stuttgart-iest of places, the baths. For those not familiar with German baths, there are hot springs and natural mineral water ...
... drizzling and it feels like ice is hitting our faces and hands. Snow MUST be near! The croissants are filled with Nutella!!! So much Nutella on this trip, ESP in France and Germany. I hate Nutella, even the kids think it's disgusting. Oh well we scrape it out and eat it. Cruisey morning, with loads of story telling, solving the problems of the world, and laughs. Georgia heads to work at 3.30, so we head into town, a ...
... no summer, lots of rain making it impossible to have a harvest. People in Germany were starving – the little existing flour was stretched with sawdust. When Kaiser Wilhelm I became king of Wuertemberg in 1816 his brother-in-law the Russian Zar helped him by delivering grain. In 1817 when the first harvest was brought in Kaiser Wilhelm ...