Address: Glemseck 1, Leonberg, Baden-Württemberg, 71229, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Glemseck 1, Leonberg, is near Schloss Solitude.
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Travel Blogs from Leonberg

Changing My Routine

A travel blog entry by travelink on Aug 30, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... lasted about 45 minutes and included many of their well-known hits. They were followed by a trio performing some more traditional German songs. During my walk home I passed a used car dealership. All of the automobiles were in an inside showroom. They specialize in Lamborghini, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Porsche, Maserati, Maybach, Mercedes Benz, Jaguar, Hummer, and Lincoln. The most expensive car that I noted was a Maybach for 289,000 Euros. Surely if I get tired walking or ...

Day 4 - Urbach, Germany

A travel blog entry by cmorgan90 on Jun 30, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... translation, but basically it's the German term for a siesta, or afternoon nap. It's typical for Germans to rest between 3pm to 6pm (give or take a couple hours). After mittag Schlaf, they get ready for the night's activities and they stay out late! Not getting home until 1 or 2 in the morning is the norm around here. After mittag Schlaf the congregation met up for more basketball. I am definitely getting my workouts in! We finished up the evening with some dinner and card ...

Guten Tag!

A travel blog entry by kate_cj on Jan 02, 2011

11 photos

... and we manged to live off of their food for our time there. It was actually really good and inexpensive!

On our first full day in Stuttgart, CJ and I went to Carolin's house for lunch. Carolin and her friend cooked us a good Italian-German dish while we talked to Carolin's sister, Conny. Lunch consisted of pasta with bacon and a German sauce--it was delicious! For dessert, we had traditional German Christmas cookies that ...


A travel blog entry by dancejill on May 14, 2009

2 photos

... right away to look after us. We pick out a GPS and he goes to get it and tells us he doesn't have any more in stock. I said we would take the display model for a discount and he said yes. We get to the cashier and find out they don't take credit cards. It is amazing that so many places don't take credit cards. We find an ATM and get the cash to get it. On the way home we take the tram, it goes a couple of stops ...

Remedies and Sickness

A travel blog entry by kuuwelu on Aug 23, 2007

1 comment

... rgern," which means to get angry. In English, angry can be a feeling or a state of being, as well as a verb, but in German, it's only a verb. I'd never thought about that before. We also talked about the issue of Mexican immigrants into California. It was interesting to hear the points of view brought by the Mexican students. During break I checked my email and finally posted one of my blogs! The internet is so ...

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