Theaterpension Hedda Kage

Pfizerstrasse 12, Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, 70184, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Stuttgart

Our house

A travel blog entry by deird

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... our fridge, which is small enough to fit under the bench.

Our pantry is a single cupboard, with extra space found by putting things above the cupboards.



Our bed is very strange. It's sort of two beds, joined together. Because both of the beds have sides, we have this big gap between us without any mattress. We keep on rolling over in the middle of the night and falling down the gap.


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Old buildings

A travel blog entry by deird

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... on padlocks and padlocked them to the fence so they can leave a record of their visit.



This is Ewen in front of the Stuttgart Opera House. It has a big lake in front of it.

There are two palaces in the middle of the city. The first one is the "New Palace", and the second one is the "Old Palace".


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Going to Germany

A travel blog entry by deird

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... br> There are lots of buildings like this, right next to more modern buildings. I keep on feeling like I'm about to walk around the corner and see people with horses and carts.

And this is our new house:



It looks pretty big, but there are five different flats inside. We have one down the bottom, with a lounge room and a very small kitchen.
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Day 9: School Monday 16th December 2013

A travel blog entry by laurenrow

... lunch, it is like a thick pancake which has been cut up and it sometimes has sultanas in it and is eaten with apfelmus (apple purée) and puderzucker (icing sugar). Kira had to go back to school for sport but I didn't go with her as there was nothing for me to do ...

A girl is an IT!

A travel blog entry by lisaajane

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... drink in public. And people, as a general rule, respect it.

Then my host, Ben and his flatmate Tina, went to another place to drink and stood in the park soaking up the fact that I was in Germany.

It hasn't really sunk in. Because I took a train, there was no 'welcome to Germany' and given I was already in the EU, there were no passport checks. Which also means no stamps....*sad face*

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