Seyboldt Garni

Address: Fenchelstr.11, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, 70619, Germany | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Stuttgart

Chilly Sunday Ludwigsburg

A travel blog entry by johnwpowell on Jan 11, 2015

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... painted walls, marble statues, a theater, chapels, throne rooms, bedrooms, and even a toilet throne. The palace was cold and by the end, Annissa were pretty cold and could barely feel our feet. After the tour and a lot of walking, we stopped at another cafe in the square and had a nice crusty bread ham sandwich and some Darjeeling ...

Searching for More Roots

A travel blog entry by travelink on Oct 11, 2014

26 photos

... a 10 AM appointment with the director of the Waldenser Library at the Waldenser Museum. Luckily our train schedule and the local bus schedule coincided well with our appointment time and we arrived there 10 minutes prior to the time we were to meet. Herr de Lange, a native of the Netherlands, greeted us and took us upstairs to his office and the library where we were treated to some sweet breakfast bread and pretzels with butter. He and Brenda then discussed her research and the ...

Into the Black Forest

A travel blog entry by nessandjess on May 29, 2014

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... wondering around and seeing all the knick-knacks. I decided I would buy a couple of bottles of alcohol as they were cheap and produced locally. As I went to pay on my card, the shop guy just properly laughed in my face and said "no cards under 50 euros". Erm, I'm sorry but what part of customer service do you not understand? He was so rude I should have just walked out but Jess paid for me as she was buying a few other bits and we left. Our experience with German's ...

Stuttgart Interlude

A travel blog entry by chop49 on Aug 21, 2013

12 photos

... Eastern France, we hit speeds of over 315 kph (over 195 mph) and consistently maintained speeds above 300 kph. Talk about traveling in comfort, our train was the epitome of smooth, comfortable and fast. One could barely sense any movement at all, except when a train passed heading in the opposite direction. The seats were better than anything I’ve ever sat in on a plane, and there was plenty of legroom.

It was an uneventful trip across ...

Next Destination Stuttgart - Why I hear you ask...

A travel blog entry by westsgoabroad on Jan 12, 2013

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... up this border crossing business and it appears that quite a lot of the borders are not even manned so we think we are good.

Germany we were in and autobahns we were on and drivers really take this no speed limit seriously. They were whipping past us and at one stage, Staff thinks, at 200kms per our. We were averaging 150km (see photo) but got caught when we were overtaking and to get past and get the guy of our tail we got up to ...