Novum Hotel Rieker Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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43km, 20-37deg, fine and sunny. After an early brekkie in the hotel (B & B Hotel) we were on the way by 8am. Our main objective for today was to visit the Aircraft and Motor Museum at Sinshein. It's one of the biggest in the world. Arrived about lunch time after some challenging navigational issues, mainly due to the fact that we we off the beaten track. However most of the ride was fairly pleasant, with a ...
... a helicopter crop dusting the grapevines on some of these slopes and it seemed about the only sensible way to do this sort of work. They have installed monorails or flying foxes on each holding to help get supplies or grapes up/down the slopes. Our lunch stop was a nice surprise; Besigheim, unbeknown to us it turned out to be a lovely medieval village. Worth a wander and of few pics. We also passed some nice orchards of ...
... building four new railway stations, integrating their station into the Italy to Paris fast train project, and moving all the railway lines underground to create a whole new area of open-space and a new suburb with 250 acres of re-claimed land. The underground and rail networks are currently separate. We've experienced this fully integrated public transport system in other cities and it works very well. Anyway in the meantime the area in around ...
24km. 14-24deg, fine and sunny with some cloud. Brekkie was far too expensive at this hotel (over A$26 each) so we took it at Maccas this morning. Their bacon, eggs and coffee are ok when there's not a great deal else open. The Boys then hopped on their bikes and headed out to explore some "toys" at the Mercedes Benz and then the Porsche Museums. Stuttgart is blessed by being the home of two of the ...
... park on the outskirts as always and cycle in. We park our bikes at the Haupfbahnhof and wander towards the Altstadt (Old Town). Munich is MASSIVE and we start to worry that we may not find our way back to our bikes. However, when we pop into Starbucks for a bucket of coffee ('medium', really?!) and to use the wifi, we are greeted with very welcome free maps. We have only dipped into Munich so far, so further adventures perhaps await us...
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