DORMERO Hotel Stuttgart
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... Very few people speak English and the majority of the residents are grandparents. It's awesome. We have an entire apartment to ourselves and it has been so lovely to spread out a bit and cook! I have been cooking up a storm for us. I didn't even realize how much I missed being able to make my own food. We went on a lovely hike through the Forest earlier and it was so wonderful! I love seeing plants I ...
... showing (Final Score 4:0 for Wolfsburg) it was loads of fun to see some high quality players like Naldo, De Bruyne, and Perisic! After all this football culture that I'm being immersed in, I really do hope that the hype around the MLS picks up back home so that I can go to those games and feel a similar energy to the power that the die-hard Bundesliga fans bring to the game. ...
... but seemed pleased. He sat down at my table for a bit and we had a pleasant conversation. He indicated that he somewhat remembered my first visit by correctly stating where I sat, but incorrectly saying what I had to eat. He indicated that he may be closing the restaurant after the first of the year and moving to Spain and opening a restaurant there. He took my e-mail address and said that he would inform me if he moved or when he redesigned his website for the current restaurant. ...
... of the sites we saw were the Schloß (old and new), Rathaus, Schweine Museum (pig museum), Mercedes-Benz Museum, the Wilhelma (zoo and botanical garden), Weinerlebnis (an area within Stuttgart that features vineyards and walking routes through them), Killesberg (a public park in an area that overlooks the city) and the Weissenhofmuseum (homes designed by Le Corbusier). Following the tour we walked down Königstrasse―the main shopping street that is a pedestrian mall and saw ...
... I worked on my blog for a while back at the hostel. I also booked accommodation in Heidelberg and Frankfurt. There were no hostels that I could find in Heidelberg so I ended up booking the Ibis hotel next to the main train station.
- It turns out there isn't a lot to do in Stuttgart. They do have the Porsche and Mercedes museums there though so ...