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Although it sounds like the battle cry of the Luftwaffe the harsh phonetics of its name certainly belie this beautiful soft and inviting city. .It really is a modern, technically industrialized city meeting the medieval past. I wasn't sure what to expect and had pinpointed this stop as more so a stepping stone down to Munich. I have been pleasantly surprised.
It is the sixth largest city in Germany and ...
... the Easter rush pass me by. Already the trains are filling up with families, holidaymakers, travelers, Uni and school students all heading off or home for Easter. According to my good mate Mark Twain, Baden Baden is the place to be. Just within The Black Forest area it is recognised as Germany's second most beautiful town. I should Google and find out which one is first. In his writings he sings its praises but then he bags the "chips" out of it. No ...
... station and take us to the church and museum so that we would avoid the necessity of traveling there by bus. He was a very congenial man with a sound knowledge of the history of the area and a couple of other locations of interest to Brenda to which he took us following the church and museum tour. One of these included the initial church of her ancestors when they came to the area around 1702 and its present-day cemetery. It was her first view of a typical German cemetery. Since ...
Had a good sleep in and brekky at the hotel. About 1030am we headed off to the Mercedes Benz Museum. Despite a bit of a hassle finding the car park, we parked in the free (FREI) car park.
As we walked in, a tour was about to start (in English). A quick payment of a few more euro and we were off with Wolfgang. Talk about well planned and organised....an eight storey building, a bit like the Guggenheim in New York where you catch ...
... on every level. And these videos took my view of Mercedes from a rich prick who made fancy cars...to a fighter who had come through poverty, won and had a very high standard.
I am not going to tell you all the details about the museum, because it is one museum, that I am truly going to recommend to EVERYONE.
Regardless whether you like cars.
I didn't. I still don't have too much care for them....but I respect Mercedes Benz so much ...