Maritim Hotel Stuttgart
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... to the lake for a picnic. The suns out and every one has the same idea, picnic weather one last time before winter takes hold of Germany. Portable BBQs are lugged around with deck chairs and the smell of cooked meats and smoke waft through the air. We set up next to a big tree and have a feast on our picnic. Sun dried tomatoes, Ham, 2 types of salami, cheese, dip, saladas you name it we had it and it was eaten. We chill out in the sun in our food coma on the 2 old doona sheets ...
Well, we're here in fabulous Deutschland!
The airport in Toronto was a breeze to go through. We arrived 3 hours early, not so we would have plenty of time to get through check-in and security, rather so we would get through in time to watch the Germany/Algiers world cup match. We found a bar near the duty free shops so I could watch the game while Connie checked out the duty free. At the half we made our way to the gate area. Luckily there was another ...
... of town and managed to take in all the sights Stuttgart has to offer whilst walking there. Not a big town, but busy enough and actually quite beautiful. Unfortunately we were in no mood for sightseeing or picture taking so this blog will therefore remain picture-less and relatively quick. Upon feeling a bit better in the evening we searched "what to do" in Stuttgart and came upon 3 mineral bath complexes ...
We then went downstairs to the hotel bar, where my husband taught the bartender how to make an old fashioned and a Manhattan. (As he did this in Korea and Taiwan also, he's pretty much becoming an international bartending consultant.) We ventured out again for dinner (being awake 48 hours is hard work!) and this time ran across another outdoor cafe in a building courtyard called Cafe Le Theater. Our Filipino waitress ...
... in the city. I had written down three different hostels the night before, so we drove to the first one, and I popped in while Dad sat out in the car. Surprisingly, the two girls working only spoke German, which I thought was a little unusual for staff at a hostel, but even more surprisingly, I was totally able to talk to them and understand what they were saying in response. And the most surprisingly of all was that they only had ONE available room (not gonna work for ...