El Camino

Marbacher Strasse 18, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, 70435, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stuttgart

The first Schwarzwald tour

A travel blog entry by hendrikus1952


After all, mainly flat stages, today I approached the Black forest hills.
Starting in Soellingen, it went up immediately, from 100 metres up to 600 close to Ehningen.
From there it went down again through the beautiful Naturpark Schoenbuch.
Nevertheless, despite the climbing activities, the stage today was the longest so far, 106 km.
you have to work hard but it is compensated by the views ...

More walking than we planned on

A travel blog entry by anne.nathan


... during the war. And it's not small with a population of over 123,000. It's on the river Neckar.

P.S. They wouldn't accept a card at "Pasta e Basta" across from the railway station - just as well we used that ATM. For dinner, we decided to stay close to the hotel as so many places weren't opening as it's a Sunday. There was a Greek place that probably did very well - but twice/thrice the price of our 6.50 pizza & calzoni and 3 Euro half litre beer!

A pretty garden for a big castle

A travel blog entry by deird


... this was pretty cool for me.

The back part of the garden is full of fairytale locations, like Rapunzel's tower, and the gingerbread cottage from Hanzel and Gretal. We wandered around and explored, and discovered that if you stand ...

Crater, graves, Bruges, Benz & Porsche..big wk

A travel blog entry by buckgw


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From there we spent some time visiting a number of War Cemeteries, placing poppies on various relatives / relatives of friends....so many made such a sacrifice. I must confess I didn't realise that there were so many cemeteries, or for that matter that so many died...horrific.

For anyone intending to visit as part of the WW1 ...

Into the Black Forest

A travel blog entry by nessandjess


... it was situated in the same building as a gym so we were surrounded by lots of burley men heading to work out and we were off to scoff down a bunch of unhealthy food! Good times!

There was a buffet and a create your own tepanyaki. We both had a plate of it first and agreed it was incredible. We then went for some of the buffet and regretted it as it was so stodgy. Sad times!

We didn't hang about too long as we both just wanted to get into bed so we paid ...


This hotel, located in the Zuffenhausen area of Stuttgart, is near Porsche Museum, Wilhelma Zoo and Botanical Garden, Schlossgarten, and Weissenhof Colony (Weissenhofsiedlung).
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