DORMERO Hotel Stuttgart
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... been suppressed for weeks, we had to release them, even for two meals; dinner and brekkie. So off we all went to the REWE Supermarket and purchased sufficient food for a small Army for a week. Dinner was prepared and cooked and taken onto a tiny passage/verandah which necessitated everyone standing up if someone walked past. It was all good fun and we all ended up fed and "watered". Another great day cycle ...
... beside the Neckar River. It was already warm by this time and it stayed clear and warm all day, just the way us Qlders like it. Some found it a bit too warm though. The bike paths most of the way were smooth, sealed and well signed. There were a few hills, not too steep but longish which kept everyone honest. The first stop was Ludwigsberg and one of the biggest baroque palaces in Germany. Although we didn't have time to ...
... hero around Stuttgart. Anyway his old pad is full of stuff in German we couldn't understand a word of. Lunch was at our now favourite eatery, the Main Train Station, there's so much variety that you never have to eat the same stuff twice. Of course unless your name is Wendy and then you just eat McDonalds every lunch time. About 3:00pm we met up with Mick and Kate and went for a ride as we were starting to get separation anxiety being away ...
... Back to hotel for posh frocks for posh dins. The Bareiss Restaurant for 3 Michelin-Starred delights. The 11-course gourmet menu did not disappoint. Not quite JB's barbecue chicken with baked beans but it came a close second! We fully indulged in the innovative, indulgent courses and fine wines before a cab back to site whilst rabbit decided she'd prefer another night chez ...
... the canal before heading back to the van and on through the Lorraine National Park. This is disappointing. Vaguely flat, slightly green. We then make our way to today's highlight, Masif du Donon. It is 1009m above sea level and covered in snow. We arrive around 5pm and climb a snowy mountain in fading light with no water or torch. ************ the way up, stunning views greet us on the summit however, making the climb more than worthwhile. We are losing light, ...