Commundo Tagungshotel Stuttgart
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... as the bells were ringing and then went on to the palace. The English tour wasn't available for a few hours, so we went on the German tour of the palace. We only understood about 1% of what the tour guide said, but it was probably interesting. Unfortunately, no picture taking inside, but there were some lavish, ...
... Herr whose tune is probably well known to many churchgoers in America as a Doxology: “Praise God from whom all blessings flow…" I returned to the apartment for dinner and also e-mailed my absentee ballot request to the county clerk’s office.
On Tuesday I took the S-bahn to the airport to check out the facilities in preparation for the arrival on Thursday of Brenda, a friend from home who is coming to do some of her genealogy research in this area. This will ...
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after a tip from Bruce, we headed out to see Ludwigsburg Palace..wow, this guy knew how to build a decent place to live in. We're going to see some others in the next week or so.
Today we also managed a trip to the Porsche Museum. It was fabulous but lacked the depth and detail of the Benz one. The biggest upside ...
... of me.
And people who have had the joy (ha) of travelling with me, knows that if I hear music...chances are I will go way of course to find it.
Yeah, well that happened.
Luckily for my geography skills (Yes Dad, my geography is still *****. I do know where I am though...kinda) I didn't have to wander far to find a band playing and lots of people eating and drinking in a lovely park.
I spent some time just lying on the grass ...
... you can no longer see the sky and you feel like you are under a tree house. Lights are stung from branches and little wooden houses are under the trees selling food and warm drinks and outside the tree fortress were little ski gondolas that you could sit in to have your meal and escape the cold. It was a magical experience! The only thing I do not understand is why we don't have old fashioned christmas markets in the U.S? Don't Americans realize what beauty they are being deprived of!?