Ibis Budget Stuttgart City Nord
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... Mauz family to a dinner out. All week we had watched them preparing meal after meal for us and we decided enough was enough. They were going to have a dinner that they could enjoy from beginning to end...no negotiation! We went to a restaurant that was a brewery. Tilmann's mother came...as did Nando. The beer and food were all so good. A perfect choice to end a perfect day.
... for the dinner we would have that night. He also made a delicious homemade apple strudel for our afternoon "tea." Oh my...I'm still tasting that one! For dinner we had Sauer Braten, Salat, and Knoedel (dumplings) with homemade Tiramisu for dessert. How am I ever going to leave this amazing place and people??? Tomorrow will be a sad day for sure.
... festival and in in their town. Very charming and if we hadn't come here at Christine's suggestion, we would never have seen it...or met her father. He was like the unofficial mayor of the town. Everywhere we went people would stop him to say hello. He is a biologist and was a professor (also local bat expert). He also had wonderful insight into the city and its history. He was wonderful to meet and even more wonderful to have as our tour ...
... is nothing short of amazing. After the tour of the inside of the castle, we had a picnic lunch and then went to the Kloster Bebenhausen which was a former medieval monastery. Some of the buildings were converted into a royal hunting palace in the 19th century. While we were there we saw the Mayor of Tubingen...no paparazzi but a camera crew (of one)! I take that back...since I snapped a few pictures of him, I guess I qualify as paparazzi!
... of sculptures as I headed back to the train station for my ride back to Heilbronn. Along the way, I also stopped at an outdoor café to enjoy a bit of the pleasant afternoon with a glass of wine and another German favorite—Spaghettieis. For this ice cream dish, they take ice cream and press it through a ricer or similar instrument to make long strands of ice cream that resemble spaghetti. It is then topped with a strawberry sauce to resemble tomato sauce. Quite innovative! When ...