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We have spent the past couple days in a tiny town called Bad Wildbad. It's an amazingly good town name and a fantastic place to be. We are in the northern portion of the Black Forest which is in southern Germany. The town is a retirement, rehabilitation, and resort area. It's great because we are here right before things pick up for the winter season if skiing so it is completely deserted of everyone ...
Last weekend I checked out the Mercedes-Benz Football Stadium of Stuttgart! What a great arena! Along with my good North-American friends: Charles, Louis and Kevin, I got to see a great (1-sided) contest between VfB Stuttgart and Wolfsburg. We booked the tickets a week ahead of time and ended up with great cheap spots to see my second Bundesliga game! Although it was a very ...
... the owner of the apartment in Stuttgart to see if I could stay an extra day or the owner of the apartment in Neustadt to see if I could arrive two days early. I then returned to the archive and resumed my search for background material and scanning some of the material. That evening dinner was at the apartment.
I spent Saturday making final preparations for my move the following day. I had to return books to the Stuttgart Stadtbibliothek, finish packing and recheck my ...
... 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 ...
Sun 28/9 cont.
- The train pulled into Stuttgart and I hiked to the hostel with my
backpack. A bunch of Welsh guys were heading in the same direction as me
and we started talking. They were heading to Volksfest. It turns out
that's the second biggest beer festival in the world. I had had enough
of beer so I didn't follow them when they invited me.
- I checked into my hostel and went straight to bed
- Today was pretty boring. ...