DORMERO Hotel Stuttgart
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We walked around the wall then back to the restaurants to have dinner. We chose a three course dinner for 24 Euro. About 9pm we went back to the wall, sat at a table, drank red merlot wine and watched the tide come in until midnight. All tables and chairs were removed and the water splashed over the wall where we had been sitting. Alex used his camera to take timed photography every 20 seconds. It turned it into a movie. We got back to our rooms about ...
... over head. The site a little more busy now the weekend has begun.
It turns out that the cure for mild sun stroke is water, a large ice cold radler and red meat along with nurafen and an early night.
The van had taken on some kind of very off smell, we had forgot that we had bought a smelly cheese and left it in only paper in the fridge, not a good idea in a small van! so we ate the cheese and the smell was gone. ...
This morning started out a little slower than others, we do not have much planned for today other than going to the SchoWo tonight. Dave went with Marion to the bakery and market to get bread, buns and fruit for breakfast. It was a nice stroll through the village. After breakfast Ann is going for a massage, Melody is going to get her nails done and Dave is going to work on the blog and find a water bottle to put some pear schnapps in. ...
... that she was now awaiting her luggage. Within about 10 minutes she had collected it, passed customs and we were on our way to the apartment. We conversed a bit about her research and then had lunch. In the afternoon we took the bus to Vaihingen for groceries for the next two days, since tomorrow was a national holiday—Tag der Deutschen Einheit (German Unity Day)―the 24th anniversary. We had dinner at the apartment, discussed future plans and went to bed ...
... to the top and walk down a spiral staircase. The cars are immaculately presented in chronological order....and with various world events documented along the way.
We finished our tour and had a good lunch and great coffee
We then waited our turn and had a go in a vehicle simulator....very exciting
Final bit of drama for the day related to the car park. We did as instructed and had our ticket validated in the ...