Ibis Budget Stuttgart City Nord
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... We walked around the wall then back to the restaurants to have dinner. We chose a three course dinner for 24 Euro. About 9pm we went back to the wall, sat at a table, drank red merlot wine and watched the tide come in until midnight. All tables and chairs were removed and the water splashed over the wall where we had been sitting. Alex used his camera to take timed photography every 20 seconds. It turned it into a movie. We got back to our rooms about ...
... cafe owner then came out and handed us loads on information on Swabia, we think this is a little know or visited area as most foreigner tourists going to the black forest 40-50 miles west or so. An old bloke then asked us something and we could not pickup a single word. We said we were from England, we think he said he is speaking swabish German. A bit like Glaswegian English we thought.
We lit the BBQ, when I say BBQ we are using it ...
... br> So that is how the morning goes, very relaxing and before we know it is afternoon. We decide to walk to one of the taller buildings in Schorndorf were there is a bar at the top so that we can take some aerial photos of the village. On the way we will stop for a light lunch. The view from the bar is nice; it is on the 10 floor so you can see lots. We have a drink then leave as we are meeting people in a wine bar by the church for ...
... antique luxury cars. B÷blingen is home to the Mercedes Benz factory so auto is very important around the area!We walked to a brewery in Auto World for a small bite then back home where we met up with Greg and Clare for dinner and visiting. We were happy to hear that Greg took the next 2 days off so he'll be joining in all the fun they have planned for us.One small note, I was saying gracias automatically to everyone. Need to get Dunka out of my mouth ...
... survey of New Zealand.
We noted on Wednesday that there would be an S-bahn strike from 1400 to 0400 the next morning. On Wednesday we started the day by going to the Landeskirchliches Archiv to look at some documents that Brenda had found referenced in a bibliography. I had e-mailed the Archiv on Sunday evening to ask if it would be possible to see them sometime this week and they responded indicating that they would reserve them for our review. There were a couple of records ...