Maritim Hotel Stuttgart
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Spent a wonderful day visiting most of the attractions of this beautiful city - the market, the cathedral, churches, Little Venice, the Old Town Hall, monastery, and in the afternoon went for a lovely walk along the River Regnitz. The area is a photographer's dream and one we will always remember. Dinner at a ...
On our way out of the city we called in on the Porsche museum. Although not on the scale of the Mercedes museum, it was still interesting and well worth seeing. Because we knew time would be short, we only spent 2 hours here then made our way to Rothenburg. It was a very pretty drive but took ages and when we arrived we realised it must have been the wrong Rothenburg, because it was not a Medieval town. Had a quick walk around, couldn't even find anywhere to get ...
Arrived at the Mercedes Benz museum on the outskirts of Stuttgart at 11am and there were heaps of people there. Must say it is a very impressive place and so much to take in. We did 2 hours, had a quick lunch then another 2 hours. It was about 3:15 when we left and felt quite jaded, but found it so interesting. It started to rain quite heavily on the way into the city and the traffic was ...
... parking (for cars underneath) – we managed
to get in after knocking the height restriction barrier and then
trying to adjust the height of the bikes on the back and removing
items from the roof....
The museum was €8 each to get in which we think is reasonable and housed 80+
vehicles right through from the beginning including cars designed by
Ferdinand Porsche / Porsche Design prior to the formation of ...
... station. She had to work and has more school this week but it was so fun to see her and reconnect. From the train station we went (back) in Stuttgart to the Mercedes-Benz museum. I know, more museums, but this one was a little differenet. The whole museum was very well done and the architecture is so interesting. The museum actually starts on the 8th floor and you spiral down through history until you reach the basement. We saw the first car and learned many ...