Romantik Hotel Traube
Travel Blogs from Stuttgart
... 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.
This is a view from the balcony, looking down into the courtyard. The man holding a sword is actually a huge statue.
There is a chapel inside. We couldn't go into the lower level, but we could stand up on a balcony and look into it. The pulpit is nearly two stories above where the congregation sits!
We left Australia on Tuesday morning, at 3am. We were very tired, so we both curled up on chairs at the airport while we were waiting for our plane to leave.
Our first stop was in Malaysia, where we had an hour to explore the airport.
This is not outside - it's in the middle of the airport. They have this huge room with a jungle in it, ...
... 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 ...
Day Five needed to be a little different. We had already done most of the big things in our area, so it was time to cast the net a little wider. Simon and I caught the tram into Heidelberg and then jumped on the Regional Express train to Stuttgart. By 11:45am we were in the Hauptbahnhof and then we jumped on a local train to get out to the Mercedes Benz Museum. Having been to the Porsche Museum already, I was keen to go and see the Mercedes one as well.