Hotel Stern Stuttgart
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... the first European City to be recognised as "disease free." There is a saying here that ,"There is nothing that makes a Swabian woman more beautiful than two quarts of the finest local wine; when drunk by her husband." They're just sayin............
And remember......"Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth for all one's lifetime" Mark Twain
... his critique style of writing. We will see if I agree with him.
I am going to spear off an "In Between-er" blog for you just so you can share in my snow experience. After that I will have a spell for a few days and come back with my slant on Baden Baden. I hope everyone has a safe, happy and for those of us who so desire, a holy Easter.
And remember......" The life you have led doesn't have to be the only life you have." Anna Quinland
Today we got up, checked out and made our way to Stuttgart, The rain can on time and we got there without a hitch.
Once we arrived we walked around town and the main shopping district. We decided to have a later lunch early dinner. We for pasta. We then made our way back and had an early night.
Saturday 27th September 2014
... selling antique jewelery (saw some really old Rolex's going for a few thousand euros), home made leather goods, smoked fish (smoked right there at the stall), home made sausage, mugs of mulled wine (Glühwein).
Found a great restaurant for dinner, the Alte Kanzlei, where they served some local Swabian specialties, all washed down of course with some fine local red wine. The dishes we had were superb, full ...
... Intending only to watch, I ended up playing 3 games of first to 50 points wins. Needless to say I'm exhausted! It rained during the first game which made it difficult to play, but nobody there wanted to quit. But the most fun was the fact that only German was spoken. The first game was a blur of "Schlecht!" "Nein!" "Nicht" and "Hier!" Directions and comments that I eventually learned what they ...