Stuttgart is the San Francisco of Germany; with hills all around, there’s always a spectacular view. It is the capital of Baden-Württemberg. The horse is the coat of arms of Stuttgart (meaning STUD GARDEN).
The Fernsehturm was closed while I was there, but at least I got a few photos.
And while we were in the area, my cousin took me to the house where I was born in Degerloch. Marion is very artistic with a camera and loves to take German angle shots.
The city is full of historical sights as well as modern malls and charming sidewalk cafes.
Shopping is always a pleasant experience, especially because of the pedestrian zones, where no cars are allowed: makes parking difficult but shopping is easy and fun. Here’s my first things I bought: this cardigan at ONLY …… and pretzel earrings at Gerber mall which goes with my pretzel necklace that I bought in Berlin later.
I Bought this dress on sale at ZERO for 20 Euros. It rained one day so I had to buy an umbrella with little hearts! I love ❤ s
We went to Killesberg park and took a little train ride around this beautiful park. For the adventurous, there’s a tower but no elevator, just a stairway to heaven and a glorious view of Stuttgart!
Jean went up too!
The gardens are amazing and you can imagine the fragrance!
This horse in Killesberg park has a very special memory for me and I have a story to tell about it in a future postDinosaurs welcome you at the Museum am Löwentor.
Having fun on a trampoline near Killesberg park!!
I love pretzels. I had one almost every day.