DORMERO Hotel Stuttgart
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Today is a bit of a sad day. Not only is it the anniversary of 9-11, it is also our last full day in Filderstadt with the Mauz's. They have been so incredibly welcoming and have shown us the REAL Germany. We will miss them very much. Then there is the not getting lost for 4 days!
Today we were discussing what our adventure should be and we decided to visit Bad Urach, which is the ...
... for the dinner we would have that night. He also made a delicious homemade apple strudel for our afternoon "tea." Oh my...I'm still tasting that one! For dinner we had Sauer Braten, Salat, and Knoedel (dumplings) with homemade Tiramisu for dessert. How am I ever going to leave this amazing place and people??? Tomorrow will be a sad day for sure.
... obstacle course. The kids would ride the zip line from station to station...stop, do the activity and then continue through the trees. It looked eerily like some subculture who lived only in the trees...very hobbit-like. After coming back down, we went to a German beer garden and had a delicious dinner of food specific to the region. And yes, I did have a beer! On the way home, the moon was just spectacular. Another perfect end to a perfect day.
... is nothing short of amazing. After the tour of the inside of the castle, we had a picnic lunch and then went to the Kloster Bebenhausen which was a former medieval monastery. Some of the buildings were converted into a royal hunting palace in the 19th century. While we were there we saw the Mayor of Tubingen...no paparazzi but a camera crew (of one)! I take that back...since I snapped a few pictures of him, I guess I qualify as paparazzi!
... this day was not officially to remember the start of World War II exactly 75 years prior, but instead to debate the role of the German government in a more immediate war—ISIS in Iraq.
Tuesday morning I walked downtown to get the train to Bretzfeld. It was about a 30 minute journey with a number of stops (or potential stops—where one must request the train to stop or it simply goes on, unless there are people waiting to board). Bretzfeld is also actually one of ...