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Stuggart

1 July 2016

The previous day…

Travelled by train from Gengenbach in the Black Forest to Stuggart

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getting some lunch at the shopping centre next door, after checking in at the hotel
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walked to Koenigstrasse after the meal. This main shopping strip in Stuttgart was a bit disappointing as it feels dated and unappealing
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going to locate the car rental office to prepare for pick up tomorrow
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Early night for an early day tomorrow so we settled for McDonalds for dinner from the shopping centre next door
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the fries and burgers in German McDonalds are pretty tasty and hot when served, unlike the almost cold and unappealing ones in Australian McDonalds.
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The next morning, we picked up the rental car at the train station and drove to Zellerhorn. There aren’t too much detailed information about this destination because it is a bit off the beaten track. We need to get to Hotel Zollersteighof at Zellerhorn, park the car there and walk 20 minutes to the lookout
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The journey is about an hour

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opposite the hotel
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interesting snails along the path
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We came to an intersection with three different paths and no signage pointing out which was it is to the lookout. We selected the path on the right
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then took the left at the second intersection
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the path became narrower
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and narrower and came to an abrupt end with a steep climb joining to the path on the right. It was quite muddy and my white converse was smnudged. The lookout was a few steps after we got up to the path on the right
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It was worth the walk though because this is the view at the lookout.
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Hohenzollern Castle in the distance
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heading back to the car
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drove to see castle up close

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