Mercure Hotel Stuttgart Airport Messe
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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 ...
... dates back to the 15th century and is right in the centre of town. Just knew we had to stay more than one night so there go our best laid plans. Weather absolutely glorious - it doesn't seem to cool down until much later so everyone dines outdoors. Love it!! Had a great chat with a German mother and her son after dinner. The son had spent 12 months in Australia for a Gap year and spoke English very well, as did his mother. Meeting locals is one of the joys of ...
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 ...
There aren't many places we have been on our travels that have been “planned”
but Stuttgart was one of them, only reason for us (Tom) being the
home of Porsche.
We were hoping for surroundings similar to Wolfsburg, but we didn't get that, the
campsite was rammed, there were a few spaces left so we got on, there
was a constant stream of arrivals and eventually the site was full,
this didn't stop them letting new arrivals on ...
... is mainly outside and they have small but delicious menu. Heidi says that she and Wobu try to bicycle there every week and have a little to eat. I had a whole smoked trout and we shared excellent potato salad, spaetzle and maultasche. Here's the quick story about the last one: "One of the anecdotal stories about the origin of the swabian "Maultasche" tells that the cistern monks of Maulbronn abbey were the ones who created it. During the fasting period (eating ...