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Travel Blogs from Stuttgart
... our fridge, which is small enough to fit under the bench.
Our pantry is a single cupboard, with extra space found by putting things above the cupboards.
Our bed is very strange. It's sort of two beds, joined together. Because both of the beds have sides, we have this big gap between us without any mattress. We keep on rolling over in the middle of the night and falling down the gap.
This is a view from the balcony, looking down into the courtyard. The man holding a sword is actually a huge statue.
There is a chapel inside. We couldn't go into the lower level, but we could stand up on a balcony and look into it. The pulpit is nearly two stories above where the congregation sits!
... what it looked like outside our bedroom window the next morning. It was incredibly cold out there, so I only took a couple of photos before running back inside.
They have interesting breakfasts here. We had bread rolls with cheese and meat, yoghurt, preztels, and fruit. It was very yummy.
The streets here look kind of like fairytale streets.
... selling antique jewelery (saw some really old Rolex's going for a few thousand euros), home made leather goods, smoked fish (smoked right there at the stall), home made sausage, mugs of mulled wine (Glühwein).
Found a great restaurant for dinner, the Alte Kanzlei, where they served some local Swabian specialties, all washed down of course with some fine local red wine. The dishes we had were superb, full ...
... lunch, it is like a thick pancake which has been cut up and it sometimes has sultanas in it and is eaten with apfelmus (apple purée) and puderzucker (icing sugar). Kira had to go back to school for sport but I didn't go with her as there was nothing for me to do ...