Ibis Stuttgart Marienplatz
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Although it sounds like the battle cry of the Luftwaffe the harsh phonetics of its name certainly belie this beautiful soft and inviting city. .It really is a modern, technically industrialized city meeting the medieval past. I wasn't sure what to expect and had pinpointed this stop as more so a stepping stone down to Munich. I have been pleasantly surprised.
It is the sixth largest city in Germany and ...
... finish off this blog and send it. I opened the curtains to see what the weather was like and guess what??????...it stopped raining........but was snowing. The whole town was white. I am so lucky to see it as we are already a month into Spring here.Only drawback now is that after the sun came out and melted the snow, it went back in and it is bordering on freezing. What a contrast from the heat in Bali.
I have decided to lay low for a few days ...
From Friday until mid day Monday I got the chance to visit my cousin Jim and his wife Kelly along with their 2 sons. It was so much fun to see family and catch up. I also got to meet their baby William for the first time, he is just the cutest ever!!
The first day I spent with them we went to check out a small German town close to their town of Boblingen. It was a very pretty little town with vinyards lining ...
... on cooking Phil and Rach some dinner but as I was unable to move off the couch Briony the lovely lady that she is took charge and cooked the Chicken parmas and chips all by herself!
The food was unbelievable and to give you an indication to the fact I was actually sick I had the smallest parma and I didn’t et through half of it. We played Yahtzee again that night and Phil was the winner this time. We played another couple games of Uno then went to bed.
I woke ...
... teenage life in Germany and Australia. During lunchtime we went home and had maultschen, a traditional Swabian meal, like the Italian ravioli although bigger. After lunch we went to the hospital so Kira could have some tests done and after that she had her piano ...