Maritim Hotel Stuttgart
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... painted walls, marble statues, a theater, chapels, throne rooms, bedrooms, and even a toilet throne. The palace was cold and by the end, Annissa were pretty cold and could barely feel our feet. After the tour and a lot of walking, we stopped at another cafe in the square and had a nice crusty bread ham sandwich and some Darjeeling ...
... 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 ...
... is famous for. That will definitely be us tomorrow, a nice swim, spa and a sauna to detox! Good night x 24 September Enjoyed the complimentary breakfast at the hotel then got our togs and towels ready for a day at the pools. We got there at midday and didn't end up leaving until well after 6. It was so nice to relax in the warm mineral pools and enjoy multiple saunas. We really did sweat out all those toxins, ...
... English and served us Swabian pasta, which was quite tasty. We also noted her speaking fluent German to the other guests, and English to a group of Italians. (We were especially amused by this exchange, as they had ordered Espresso and she was very reluctant to serve it to them as she said it was not at all like an Italian espresso.) At this point it was late enough to succumb to our jet lag, which we did immediately upon returning to the ...