Holiday Inn Stuttgart
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... the Americans..He didn't give it up until 1946, a good year after the war had ended.
I am siting in the city's main square and chewing on a hot chocolate and that is one thing that they do well. To hear the church and cathedral bells ringing on Easter Sunday morning is extremely relaxing and battery charging. The weather is cool but sunny and I am about to board the "Hop on Hop Off" type of bus bizzo. I find this is a good way to get ...
... his critique style of writing. We will see if I agree with him.
I am going to spear off an "In Between-er" blog for you just so you can share in my snow experience. After that I will have a spell for a few days and come back with my slant on Baden Baden. I hope everyone has a safe, happy and for those of us who so desire, a holy Easter.
And remember......" The life you have led doesn't have to be the only life you have." Anna Quinland
... store and use our newly acquired German to ask for a sink plunger. The man has no idea what we are talking about but takes us to the sink section. We find a plunger. Slightly large for our minuscule sink, but it will do. The man returns to ask us in embarrassingly perfect English if we found what we need because he is shutting soon (it is 11am on a Tuesday!!). We get some hose to enable us to fill up with water and leave the man to shut up his shop. Next stop is ...
... we took the bus to Vaihingen to catch the U-bahn downtown. Brenda had an appointment at the local genealogical society to look at four books in their library that she had been unable to obtain in libraries at home. The librarian spoke English, although he had not lived in the United States for over 40 years. He parents were missionaries and he had spent time in Africa before Germany. We were among the 6 people who attended the library on this day. Brenda was able to copy some material ...
... two hours we reached Stuttgart. As I have mentioned before Munich is very pretty, with charming buildings, period architecture and friendly people. Well, Stuttgart is shithouse! The city has no charm and the filthy animals who call this hole in the ground home, take liberty to smoke EVERYWHERE. They smoke on train platforms, where food is being served, they smoke whilst holding their children's hand as they are talking to them ...