Seyboldt Garni

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

Searching for More Roots

A travel blog entry by travelink on Oct 11, 2014

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... 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

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Another day, another early wake up, this time, however, it was a slightly more reasonable 05:30 AM. Our train was scheduled to leave Gare de l'Est for Stuttgart at 07:18 AM and arrive in Stuttgart at 11:04 AM. That would leave us plenty of time to get to our hotel, drop our bags off, the go find somewhere for lunch.

Our train was a Tres Grande Vitesse (TGV), more commonly referred to as a TGV, the fastest trains in service in Europe. During the ...

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

A travel blog entry by westsgoabroad on Jan 12, 2013

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... have done some research as to what to do at the border. You see this border was a little bigger and it looked like people were getting out and going in. So we pulled over down the road and talked about it. Lets just say it was a quick discussion and now we are illegal aliens in Germany. In fact the last time our passport was even looked at by an official was at Heathrow so we were going to just claim ignorance again. Side note: We have ...

A happy Rutsch!

A travel blog entry by w.zahn on Dec 31, 2011

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... into 2012 because of the fireworks. It was definitely an impressive sight to see; even more so considering it was all initiated by normal citizens, not by the local government. Granted, there were also Arsc...erm...inconsiderate individuals who took pleasure in throwing Brüllers (noise makers) into the crowd of people below. Some took the chaos even further by using illegal (and much, much louder) Brüllers from Poland. ...