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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... the bra, Ritter's chocolate (one of Louise's favourites) and of course the birthplace of the Porsche, so a few good things came out of this industrial city. The black stallion in the logo of Porsche is a nod to the city's black horse logo derived from its origin as a horse stud for the king in around 900AD - hence its name, Stuttgart.
The Mercedes-Benz museum is touted widely as the better of the two car museums and I'd have to ...
... We then had many many predrinks and got introduced to looping Louie, who by the way is not a friend of mine! Night life was ppl just partying in the streets, it's all a bit cloudy is all we will say about that.... :p Flight to Budapest was the roughest I have ever experienced. Good thing for puke bags. Now we are in our party hostel, baths tonight woo! Hope my liver will survive this city, if not perhaps I can find one on the black market, this is Eastern Europe right? ...
... tracked up over 12,000 steps each day. If you were a enthusiast of either marque you would probably need a full day there. (I'll reserve that for when we visit the BMW Museum, but as it is not on our itinerary this trip and over 250km to Munich, it will have to be next time).
The Porsche Museum was first on Saturday afternoon and left us wondering whether the dowry we would receive for Amanda would cover a 911?
There was almost every conceivable ...
... the city center we walked down Konigstrabe, which is a pedestrian only street. It is very wide and lined with all kinds of shops. Being a Sunday evening they were all closed already. But there were still crowds of people in the street. We walked to Palace Square with many historic buildings surrounding it. One of them being the Old Palace , formerly the residence of the kings of Wurttemberg with its ...
... item from our travelling cuisine!). We then head to Strasbourg and park easily on the outskirts. We cycle in along impressive cycle paths which run along the canal and then wander through Strasbourg for a couple of hours before returning to Ruby for lunch. We have been spoilt with views so far, and in comparison Strasbourg is less than impressive. Notre Dame is stunning though, and we comment that buildings like that just are not built any more. We set off ...