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... the bra, Ritter's chocolate (one of Louise's favourites) and of course the birthplace of the Porsche, so a few good things came out of this industrial city. The black stallion in the logo of Porsche is a nod to the city's black horse logo derived from its origin as a horse stud for the king in around 900AD - hence its name, Stuttgart.
The Mercedes-Benz museum is touted widely as the better of the two car museums and I'd have to ...
Our trip has officially begun in Stuttgart, Germany. We were welcomed by Nadya's lovely German friend, Jonas. His roommate was sweet enough to stay at his girlfriend's so I could have a room to myself. Then after settling in Jonas made it his mission to ensure we were well taken care of and saw Stuttgart. I was excited to have fries again in Germany to have the wonderful yummy mayonnaise, mmm time to consume more calories than I can count! The plan was to go out ...
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 ...
... of view. It was not a new theme but it was very unique and wonderful. Then a German member gave a talk in German with is older teenage son translating for him. Sheree found him to be the straw that broke the camels back as she wept while he discussed the life and suffering of Our Savior for all of us and used examples from the recent tragic world events to relay the depths of His suffering. The meeting ended with Sheree a blubbering mess when the ...