Hotel Unger beim Hauptbahnhof
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- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Unger beim Hauptbahnhof Stuttgart
The main attraction is the breakfask, which different from most of the hotel surrounding stuttgart
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5am Free bus shuttle from Ibis Hotel to Stuttgart Airport. 6:40 Flight from Stuttgart to Paris CDG Airport, Air France AF 1609 8:00 Arrival in Paris airport 9:49 Train from Paris CDG Airport to St Malo TGV 5211 2nd Class (12:48 Arrival Rennes, 13:43 Rennes to St Malo) 14:42 Arrival in St Malo train station At the Paris railway station they have charging stations where you have to pedal to get power. Alex and Kim met us at the St Malo Railway Station. It is ...
... over head. The site a little more busy now the weekend has begun.
It turns out that the cure for mild sun stroke is water, a large ice cold radler and red meat along with nurafen and an early night.
The van had taken on some kind of very off smell, we had forgot that we had bought a smelly cheese and left it in only paper in the fridge, not a good idea in a small van! so we ate the cheese and the smell was gone. ...
... br> When we get back Rudi is eating a sausage and cheese dish which he shares and Waltraut is having half a chicken which looks good. Ann and Dave decide to eat the barbequed chicken so Dave and Marion go off the vendor to get some. They are all sold out. What are we going to do for supper? Ann and Dave decide to go back to the Greek restaurant that we ate at on Friday. Melody goes with Jessie and Andrea to see a band that is ...
... of the city; picture Centennial Park and The Domain alive with vineyards.
Once again Europe plays its "Regional Card" as folks round these here parts are referred to as Swabian and even have their own dialect. The River Neckar forges its way through the numerous valleys which I am told is unusual for a Germany city to be situated within hills and valleys. The Neckar is a tributary of the Rhine and interestingly The River Enz from ...
... routine of many people in the local community. I saw some Erdbeeren (strawberries) and decided to purchase them for a dessert. This particular vendor was probably busier than any other I have seen on my trip. I probably waited about 10 minutes to pay for them, although the workers there were quite efficient―they were simply that busy. We then went to a Metzgerei (butcher) to purchase something for a future meal (which in this case turned out to be 3 different Würste) and also ...