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Today we combined a Hop On - Hop Off city bus tour with a visit to the Mercedes-Benz Museum that was on the route. However, when we arrived to get on the bus at the starting point 20 minutes early the bus was already full, so we needed a 1 hour wait for the next bus. We went for a walk around the shopping mall and nearby parks and returned to queue up 30 minutes early for the next bus. We got on this one, but just as many missed out as did ...
... but my jet leg got the better of me and I was quickly fading. After waking up all hours of the early morning it was time to start our day. Stuttgart is an adorable city with many pedestrian only areas. We walked around a couple of parks, saw some pretty things and some baby ducks. Next was lunch. On a mission to get Nadya some pork knuckle and me some jäger schnitzel. The hope was to sit on a path but as we sat down the rain decided to come. No jäger ...
... tracked up over 12,000 steps each day. If you were a enthusiast of either marque you would probably need a full day there. (I'll reserve that for when we visit the BMW Museum, but as it is not on our itinerary this trip and over 250km to Munich, it will have to be next time).
The Porsche Museum was first on Saturday afternoon and left us wondering whether the dowry we would receive for Amanda would cover a 911?
There was almost every conceivable ...
... In the square you will also see a statue of Concordia, The Goddess of Harmony who watches over the square.
We were surprised to see a large crowd, and food vendors gathered for their summer festival. We made our way through the crowds toward the band stand. The singer and musicians, who were very good, were playing familiar American music sometimes singing in English and sometimes in German. There ...
... of driving over the speed limit
7. Germans seem grumpy
In general, Germans are stoic, very direct and don't seem to smile much. In fact, we went out to a restaurant recently and I smiled at the cook who was Italian and he asked where I was from because I obviously wasn't German. I've heard that Germans are very reserved until you get to know them, but compared to Americans who seem to be on ...