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... painted walls, marble statues, a theater, chapels, throne rooms, bedrooms, and even a toilet throne. The palace was cold and by the end, Annissa were pretty cold and could barely feel our feet. After the tour and a lot of walking, we stopped at another cafe in the square and had a nice crusty bread ham sandwich and some Darjeeling ...
... Although it was not appealing to either of us, we both politely finished our one slice of Schmalzbrot. I was greatly assisted in this task by the accompanying ham and pickle. As we were finishing our wares, the entertainment began and I found it to be quite enjoyable. There was a violinist, accordion player and piano player who accompanied a woman who sang a selection of songs―most of which had a theme relating to Vienna. Although none of the songs were familiar to me, a ...
... we're extremely unimpressed with our hotel experience so far. This is the most expensive accommodation we've had the whole trip and it is by far the worst. Location isn't great, the whole place smells of smoke even though it is a non-smoking hotel, our twin beds are a double bed with two single duvets, the decor is seriously outdated, and there is dirty laundry lying about in the hallways!!
Frustrated and sleepy. Off to bed I go!
Ness (and Jess)
... of beef, pork and veal in a pepper cream sauce served with spaetzle. I had the Stuttgarter Pfaennle which was pork medallions in a mushroom cream sauce and served with spaetzle, as well. It was a first class dinner, and as we were so absolutely stuffed, we were thankful for the 15-20 minute walk back to the hotel in the cool night air.
After a good night’s sleep, we took the S-Bahn for a half hour ride to Backnang to visit ...
... was even brought to a vote, and in the end, the people voted for the completion of the new station. All protests aside, I spent the evening catching up and sharing music with Nina, her husband Kai, and friend Bastian. I also learned some new Schwaebisch (German dialect in the Stuttgart area) phrases, which I might be able to use to confuse those Northern Germans in my neck of the woods.
On Christmas Eve, I met Hannah, Nina and ...