Ibis Stuttgart City
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... of the sites we saw were the Schloß (old and new), Rathaus, Schweine Museum (pig museum), Mercedes-Benz Museum, the Wilhelma (zoo and botanical garden), Weinerlebnis (an area within Stuttgart that features vineyards and walking routes through them), Killesberg (a public park in an area that overlooks the city) and the Weissenhofmuseum (homes designed by Le Corbusier). Following the tour we walked down Königstrasse―the main shopping street that is a pedestrian mall and saw ...
... ravioli dish. It was like a German goza. Pretty good. Apparently the dish was created because a monk wanted to hide that he was eating meat to god, so he wrapped it up in pastry.
After the meal we went back to the hostel to rest up for the early start.
Monday 29th September 2014.
... the main area. We wanted to get Udo stack for dinner but it was closed as it was a Sunday. Instead we got a French pizza. Very simple and with cheese olives and capsicum. Nice and light, just what we needed after a beer hall.
I seemed to get aggressive hiccups where I then got a migraine. Went straight to bed.
Sunday 28th September 2014.
... weather-wise. The high temperature for the day was 54°F with light rain and some wind throughout the day. I went to several shops to find some Danke (thank-you) cards to send to those who attended my birthday party and also some other individuals who had assisted me over the last month. I also stopped by the Deutsche Post to pick up a box to mail some items home prior to my departure from Heilbronn. This evening I ate dinner at a restaurant that is situated right on the Neckar ...
Today we got up, checked out and made our way to Stuttgart, The rain can on time and we got there without a hitch.
Once we arrived we walked around town and the main shopping district. We decided to have a later lunch early dinner. We for pasta. We then made our way back and had an early night.
Saturday 27th September 2014