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We were in Stuttgart this week for work, so we took a short trip to explore Ludwigsburg. It was a cold day and we stopped for second breakfast at Residenz Cafe which was a 5th generation family business. Outside the shop was a mobile bakery with loads of cakes and breads (brot). Afterwards we walked through the town and stopped by ...
... Mühlacker which is about an hour trip from the apartment with a transfer at the Hauptbahnhof. When we arrived at the Hauptbahnhof, we were confronted by signs indicating that there was at least a partial Deutsche Bahn strike so we were uncertain about the status of our travel plan. The only slight alteration in our plan thankfully involved a simple change in the track number from which our train departed. Brenda had corresponded with a Herr Rieger in Mühlacker who offered to meet us at ...
... stories explaining the development of the car from the earliest beginning by Benz and Daimler independently in 1896 up to the present and future, with a parallel display of pictures and stories of life and society through the years. We saw the most amazing passenger cars and race cars and prototype cars of the future from all those years. Howard ended the experience with a simulated race in a pod as if he was ...
... salesman named Emil Jellinek who had a daughter named Mercedes. It was Jellinek who got Maybach to design a new more powerful engine for the early car races in Nice. The two companies followed their own separate paths until 1924 when the management combined and finally merged in 1926 to form Daimler-Benz. The Mercedes logo is actually a combination of the Daimler three pointed star (air-land-water) and the Benz logo.
Each level was for a certain time period and had the ...
... was even snowing. I have to admit I wasn't being the best passenger as it was even hairier than yesterday. You see as we were in a left hand drive car on the right side of the road I was the one with the view of the cliff just outside my window. Thoughts of news headline were something like "Australian tourists plummet down Alps and freeze to death. What were they thinking wearing jeans?".
Anyway suffice to say we made it up and ...