Ibis Stuttgart Marienplatz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... that were not too challenging if you were in the right gear to start with! The Museum was nothing short of amazing; 3,000 exhibits, 300 vintage cars, 40 racing cars, 200 motorcycles, 27 locomotives, 50 aircraft, 150 tractors, numerous tanks, artillery pieces, lots of military equipment and loads of other "stuff". It was a little overwhelming really and you just had to pick out your main interests and walk ...
... cherries and some pears. It was tempting to do a raid on the cherries as they are ripe now, however we didn't know how they'd treat a bunch of Aussie cyclists in Germans jails. Dinner was at a beer garden beside the river. Good tucker for hungry cyclists; Greg had spare ribs while Wendy had a pasta dish. Nice to be outside on a warm, clear evening. We strategically chose a table upwind from the smokers so we would not be ...
... building four new railway stations, integrating their station into the Italy to Paris fast train project, and moving all the railway lines underground to create a whole new area of open-space and a new suburb with 250 acres of re-claimed land. The underground and rail networks are currently separate. We've experienced this fully integrated public transport system in other cities and it works very well. Anyway in the meantime the area in around ...
24km. 14-24deg, fine and sunny with some cloud. Brekkie was far too expensive at this hotel (over A$26 each) so we took it at Maccas this morning. Their bacon, eggs and coffee are ok when there's not a great deal else open. The Boys then hopped on their bikes and headed out to explore some "toys" at the Mercedes Benz and then the Porsche Museums. Stuttgart is blessed by being the home of two of the ...
... with the Voter's Registration Office the previous week. In walking along Königstraße I noted the Stiftskirche had a Kurzgottesdienst (short worship service) at 5:15 PM which lasts only 15 minutes. Today was actually a special day—Michaelistag—in the liturgical calendar which honors the Archangel Michael for defeating Lucifer. The service consisted of a prelude on the smaller organ in the church, the singing of a song, a short message and another song "Gott, aller ...