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So we are now back in the car (boppin along to music we cant understand and 80's big hair rock) travelling back through Munich before touring Stuttgart and the Black Forest region. We then head back to Bavaria up the Romantic Road visiting smaller towns like Rothenburg, Fussen & Nuremburg with their historic castles and old towns. So much more for us to discover and experience in Germany. More Schnitzels & more ...
... A nice evening walk we did a lot of times is go to the cemetery. It is close and not only a resting place but also like a little park with benches to sit down. And a lot of interesting gravestones to discover – reading them, discover the different stones and how they plant the graves, or to see that once in a while a ...
Mercedes Benz Museum
A day for Paul
A day to explore something Paul loves to do: why not go to the Mercedes Benz Museum – easy to reach by train and a lot of fun and it was a long time we went there. So when we told Markus over a cup of coffee… he said I will meet you and come too.
By train through Swabian country side
So we left in the morning with the train in Dettingen – switched trains ...
... there are little chapels with live-size figures showing the stations those little chapels were built in 1789.
So we started out at the bottom and slowly took the way up ending up at the “Golgatha-hill” with the 3 crosses.
Shell Chapelbecause inside all walls and the ceiling is covered with shells – ...
... and arrive in Stuttgart on time. Not much to see. I quickly head to my hotel, was able to check in early and hit up the Mercedes Benz museum and Porsche museum. Both pretty spectacular. At the Porsche museum you could go for a test drive, but you had to be at least 27 years old, wells that blows. I head back to the hotel, with postcards in tow. Then head out again. Find a Thai place, way too expensive. Then tried this ...