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The time has come. This time our goodbyes are for keeps with Rach and Phil, its not athing we had been looking forward too. We spent some great times together and this short stint was no exception.
We left Munich and embarked on our trip to Stuttgart. We were lucky that traffic was good so we didn't stop any where before this and we got off and waited for the guys out the front of the hostel. They pulled up with Rach’s head out the passenger window and ...
Today started early as I wanted to do a short 56km ride around the Stuttgart country side. By the time I got going though it was 9:30. What started out to be a quick and easy 2 hour ride ended up taking almost 4 hours. Every little town I went through had so many cool things to check out. That and I was led astray a few times by good ole Garmin which kept taking me back and ...
... just metres from Marion's home, then on to Claudia & Uli's grandchild Hannah's Baptism which was a privilege to attend & then our final night's dinner at a restaurant at a local winery in Stuttgart - a truly ideal spot to finish our time in Stuttgart - a beautiful city in the valley surrounded by wineries.
A very special 'thank you' to our wonderful, hospitable friends here in Stuttgart for a truly memorable stay.
... and had no interest in our feeble attempts at Korean). In Germany, 3 feet inside the hotel door a very enthusiastic hotel employee rushed up to greet us in rapid fire German that seemed to go on for 5 minutes. We were so tired by this point, we couldn't even remember how to say "Traurig ich spreche nicht Deutsch." Luckily after 10 seconds of blank staring, the kind and wise hotelier switched to English to welcome us and take our ...
... the museum! I grabbed one and raced back outside… and saw, finally, that there was a pedestrian walkway underneath the busy street that I had risked my life on! Duh, no wonder it was so hard to get across! So getting back to the car was much more simple, and the ride to the museum was at least slightly more calm.
So anyway, we totally made it to the pretty nondescript building located on a fairly quiet street that houses the Hegel Museum with PAH-LENTY of ...