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We were in Stuttgart this week for work, so we took a short trip to explore Ludwigsburg. It was a cold day and we stopped for second breakfast at Residenz Cafe which was a 5th generation family business. Outside the shop was a mobile bakery with loads of cakes and breads (brot). Afterwards we walked through the town and stopped by ...
... wine, music and food for a mere 5 Euro entrance fee. I was expecting the food to be mostly desserts, but I was incorrect in this assumption as there were no desserts―just light snacks for the most part along with a choice of beer, wine or water. I chose a plate with a small piece of ham, a radish and 2 pickles and another plate with a bread on it. Brenda simply chose the same bread selection that I had made and we each got a glass of wine. The total cost of these items was less ...
... and headed back to the hotel.
Once we returned we parked the car and took our bags up to our room through the awful cigarette and old food scented corridors. We hadn't gone to our room yet and turns out we couldn't even open the door! We tried everything and nothing seemed to work! We admitted defeat and Jess ended up going to reception to ask for help.
Jess returned with the receptionist in tow an she managed to open the door instantly. How embarrassing! ...
... during the Second World War and rebuilt in the 1950’s. The church’s stained glass windows were quite interesting along with the way the architect had incorporated reliefs salvaged from the rubble into the reconstructed church interior. After spending the better part of two hours at the church, we made our way back to the hotel to check-in.
We did a small unpacking of our stuff, cleaned up a little, then promptly laid down for a ...
... for over 40 years and had not lost his American accent. I was sure he was a tourist but no he lived here. We settled in with Nick (the Welshman) and Noel the Irish owner and had a few drinks. Given what we had paid in Switzerland it was pleasing to see that the wines were only 3 Euros and once you make nice with the owners the measuring system in thrown out the window. So we chatted away with our new friends only to turn around and see ...