Stuggart is an easy hub to start your Germany adventures.
by Patti Albrandt on April 18, 2005
Rhine Valley – There are miles of castles and places to pull off and enjoy the wooded grandeur. We stopped at Triberg Waterfall. It was a nice and peaceful walk up the wooded path. Driving back toward Stuttgart, we stopped at novelty stores. I loved the clock-maker stores with all their handcrafted cuckoo clocks ticking and ringing to different sounds.
Black Forest – The Black Forest is quite large, so have a plan as to where you want to explore. Titisee includes a lake with shopping and restaurants. The weather wasn’t helpful, so we didn’t get to take the boat across the lake. We had a friendly lunch with other Germans. They believe in sharing tables. Although we spoke minimal German, smiles to our table guests went a long way.
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