DORMERO Hotel Stuttgart
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... first bus - clearly they could do with putting on more frequent buses.
The bus was an open top double decker bus with an audio guide in 8 languages. Look out for the photo of the warning sign not to stand up when the bus is driving, or you'll lose your head. Stuttgart suffered quite a bit of damage during the war probably due to their automotive factories, so not a lot of historical buildings remain. It was apparently the ...
... but my jet leg got the better of me and I was quickly fading. After waking up all hours of the early morning it was time to start our day. Stuttgart is an adorable city with many pedestrian only areas. We walked around a couple of parks, saw some pretty things and some baby ducks. Next was lunch. On a mission to get Nadya some pork knuckle and me some jäger schnitzel. The hope was to sit on a path but as we sat down the rain decided to come. No jäger ...
The museum had a corresponding exhibition that featured Udo Lindenberg, a famous German rock musician and sometime artist. Apparently he was also a Porsche fanatic and there were many ties between his work and the Porsche. Not my cup of tea, but interesting German social history nonetheless.
We did also do a little walking around the city area of Stuttgart, and despite being a manufacturing city of over 600,000 people had some excellent park and garden ...
Today we got a late start due to a late afternoon flight from Amsterdam to Stuttgart, Germany. We completed a quick hotel check in at the airport then boarded a train for a half hour ride to Stuttgart City Center. The train station for city travel is located in the airport but everything is on a different level. Some are for inner city travel, outer zone areas, and regular long distance trains.
Once we ...
... unsuccessfully and with some interesting sign language) to ask a couple of German hardware store owners who speak no English for a plunger. They offer us a cafetiere. We look around the shop and give up. Next stop for wifi we look up "sink plunger" (waschenbecken kolben) on google translate. We will try again tomorrow.
On the 10th we wake to more glorious sunshine. We use our last water for a cup of coffee and head off to a local town. We find ...