Maritim Hotel Stuttgart
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... on a city and then you can pinpoint an attack to where you want to go.
The name of the city dates back to the 10th century when it was more freely referred to as The Horse Stud and that is the origin of it name. you will see from the panorama of my hotel that it is a beautiful city and also famous for its mineral baths, which I didn't get to try.
It has a reputation way back to the 15th Century as being a clean city and ...
... of the day. there was the occasional lull and this enabled me to get about on foot and see the town; There are lots of little backstreets and alleyways where you could get out of the weather. Not many people around as their shoulder season doesn't commence until this weekend. That suits me though as I don't do crowds anymore.
The train trip from Koblenz was again enjoyable and nearly all the way I enjoyed views of the Rhine with thousands ...
... for alcohol for the nights entertainment. Rach cooked us some mean chicken pie and it was friggen delicious. We made ourselves some fancy shmancy cocktails and had a few too many for the evening. We played Yahtzee after dinner and I took the win throwing two Yahtzee’sfor the game! After phil went to bed mortified at our drunken state we played Uno again and I took home 3 out of four wins for a score of 430! I was catching Briony. We stopped playing and sat on the couch where ...
... Phil Collins comes in last, with bodyguards, gosh he's aged. I guess we all have! Afterwards, the music starts upstairs and the dancing begins, downstairs there's champagne flowing and cocktails, good galore, and beautiful people all around. We have a great night, watching people, the dancers dancing is a real treat. Meet some fabulous people and have a ball. True to form we're the last ones to leave at 5am. Yup, 5am!! By the time ...
... the tracks, while he did manage to avoid the tracks he did fall off his bike, (not me this time) but luckily no injuries. Riding in these places is very relaxed, cars, bikes and pedestrians all accommodate each other in the shared space.
Visited the stunning Cathedral (yes I know!) in the city square. Built over one thousand years ago, even though I am uncertain about ...