Travel Blogs from Stuttgart
There are 25 steps between the street and our front door. It's very high – especially when you're carrying things.
Our house isn't very big, but it's nice and cozy. We have a lounge with a couch, a television, and a dining table. We spend most of our time in there.
Our kitchen isn't very big either. In this photo, you might be able to see our dishwasher, which is very ...
... br> The Old Palace used to be a castle with a moat, back when the town was very new. It's over 700 years old. Now it's a museum, which had lots of interesting exhibits about the Ancient Romans and some of the old royal family. (Stuttgart had its own royal family until the late 1800s. They were quite important, and married a lot of the ...
... that The Times is actually rather boring - so I left it there for someone who'd appreciate it more than I do.)
This is our hotel room. We got there at 10pm - which might not seem that late, but it was 8am in Australia (on Wednesday morning) and we hadn't properly slept since 6am Monday morning, so we were exhausted.
Today was yet another school day. Kira had a English exam so I sat in the aulor during periods 3 and 4 and went into Kira's chemistry class during 5 and 6, it wasn't too bad as I had Zoe with me as Elena is in the same class. At lunchtime we went home and had ...
... as well as a special exhibit like trucks, service vehicles, special cars from famous owners and the S series cars. It was really well set out except that at the start it was a little confusing which way to go. The museum was actually so big that we spent almost 4 hours there! We found out a few interesting facts like the gullwing doors on the original 300SL were only put in because the car frame design didn’t have space for normal doors! In 1973, Germany made a policy of ...
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- Room service
- Business Services
- Pets allowed