Hotel Waldhorn Stuttgart
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... so pretty - plenty of expensive shopping venues, all of which are nice to view from a window's length..... Mel had great will power to resist! We had a fantastic night out at the theatre enjoying a recital of Mozart & Strauss by some of the Austria Philharmonic Orchestra, throw in some opera and Viennese Ballet, all sounds pretty pomp and well to do for us, but its funny how you just fit in, it really was fantastic. We visited ...
We also had a lot of fun watching the construction workers across the road… you should not believe how many apartments can fit on such a small space… but you do realize how it is when you want to drive in or out of the garage or find a parking spot in front of your own ...
... the Gallery of travelers: where we saw some cute old taxi meters
Felsenkappelle – Rock chapel: which is interestingly built into the sandstone… so half is rock and half is built. Already in 1483 some monks said the caves here remind them of the caves in Jerusalem. So in 1618 they finally carved into the stone. So you felt you are like in a cave but also in a church… even on the ...
... in Vienna... X We bid farewell to the Czech Republic and set direction for Germany. First stop of the day - Nuremberg, about 3 hours drive away. As we drove along the Czech motorway to the border, we figured we should pull over at one of the petrol stations in order to get rid of our remaining CZK cash. We had about 430 CZK left over which is around €20 or $28AUD. This is a fortune in this part of the world. A dozen bottles of ...