Stumbling Stones are placed in front of homes that were taken from Jewish families who almost always were sent to concentration camps. I was honored to be able to observe the laying of stones for 5 families.
Archive for ‘German Adventures’
I love touring all of Europe, but need to explore towns and activities closer to home as well.
Sunday Bike Ride in Stuttgart
After getting my mountain bike serviced, I was finally ready to take it out for a spin. I live on […]
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
I spent the past weekend in a gorgeous traditional German town, Rothenburg. I was invited to join my friend Natalie […]
Lange Nacht der Museen
An annual event in Stuttgart and a few other German cities is “Lange Nacht der Museen” or “Long Night at the Museums”, […]
I am way behind on my travelogues, so I’ll start with an easy one which is mostly pictures. In March […]
Cannstatter Volksfest Oct 8, 2016
It was my first weekend here and time to check out a real German festival. My hotel offered reservations at a tent, so I managed to get wristbands for my friend Jim and I (in case Jim could join me later). My first point of confusion: I thought the hotel offered a bus service there, but no, we were to get ourselves there and meet about 5 pm. So basically I was headed there by myself, but what the heck, I didn’t have anything else to do.