Hotel Stuttgart Nord
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Hi Family and Friends,
Although it sounds like the battle cry of the Luftwaffe the harsh phonetics of its name certainly belie this beautiful soft and inviting city. .It really is a modern, technically industrialized city meeting the medieval past. I wasn't sure what to expect and had pinpointed this stop as more so a stepping stone down to Munich. I have been pleasantly surprised.
It is the sixth largest city in Germany and ...
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Well I have finally run into some poor weather and it has stifled me a little in regards to where I was heading. I was hoping to get down to Freiburg at the other end of The Forest. Not to worry as I have ended up in a beautiful part of The Black Forest but just a little north of here I wanted to be. I am the one who said it is not about the destination but more so the journey so I will have to hold myself to those ...
Heylo last time we met we spent a lovely 2 days in the fantasmic town of Grunau. It was fantastic and we had a great time with our friends we made there.
But now it is time for us to catch up with some old friends.
We jumped back onto the bus after our lasagna and head straight for Munich, when we arrive in we are a little ahead of schedule so we are left to chill out in the hostel waiting for Rach and Phillipp (who we had yet to met) to come pick us up. When they ...
... and generous helpings. A good way to end the day.
Stuttgart has a more modern feel to it than Munich. There are not as many historic buildings (probably due to the bombing in WWII), but rather the whole place has a "new" feel to it. The word "younger" comes to mind.
One night is nowhere near enough to do Stuttgart justice. But we did get just enough of a taste to warrant a return sometime in the future.
... Schlecht" means bad. So in context, it means the shot looks bad, getting ready for the rebound
"Nein" is no, most commonly said after you miss
"Nicht" means not. As in, that's not going in the basket
And "Hier" means Here! Pass over here!
We played basketball until the sun went down and then ordered some pizza. I can't wait to go to the meeting tomorrow and get to know the ...