Weekend Wanderlust: 10 reasons to love Stuttgart
Friday, 07/06/2019 17:33 clock MIRROR ONLINE: Mr Hleb, you just turned 38, you did not renew your contract with Bate Borisov in Belarus, but you think about it for another year. Is not it slow enough? Hleb: Honestly, I feel that it is slow enough for me now. I am tired. Every year it gets […]
At VfB Stuttgart, the sadness over the descent is great. The president of Union Berlin finds the rise of his team "unreal". The voices for relegation. Nico Willig (Stuttgart coach) at euro Sport"It's a horror season and the low point, Union is well worth it, they've played a great season, we have a catastrophic one, […]
An the East Side Gallery, the big party starts on Wednesday afternoon. The bag of 1. FC Union Berlin sets sail for Köpenick by ship – it could be the prelude to a rarely seen football celebration in the capital. At 6.30 pm District Mayor Oliver Igel awaits the team, coaches and officials on the […]
Hi all, Russell here. Today’s theme is automobiles. It starts with the trip from Rust to Stuttgart where I got my first taste of the no speed limit autobahn. Fun! Look kids, no speed limit: I was being good and going 130 kmh at the time but that symbol on the left means no limit. […]
When I found out we’d be moving to Europe, one of the first things I did (besides plan our wedding 😉 ) was to start thinking of “the list”– everything we wanted to see and do with this wonderful opportunity we’d been given. With us based in Germany, Oktoberfest was absolutely near the top of […]
You don’t always have to look far away to explore great things. Today I want to show you two amazing daytrips only an hour away from my hometown Stuttgart.
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.
Members of the IWC Stuttgart have gathered together for dinner on the third Tuesday of each month since the club was founded in 2005. This year we’ve decided to shake things up a little bit in that department. The monthly dinner is traditionally meant to be both our main social event each month and a […]
0711, Stuttgart. This is the place I came to call home. A place, 9.240 km away from home. This is the place that has taught me the Swabian language, made lifetime friends, had a roller coaster of my life, met the love of my life, a place where I had the most epic colorful wedding […]
The 2019 Porsche Tennis Grand Prix concluded on Sunday with a noteworthy victory for Petra Kvitova who snapped the much talked about streak by becoming the first player on the WTA tour to win two titles in 2019. There’s more on the singles final in this post, as well as the doubles final which I […]
Stuttgart airport in Germany -to which the IATA code STR has been assigned- serves the city of the same name about thirteen kilometres from its four terminals. The complex operates as one of most important bases for Eurowings within the country, and handles connections to a wide array of international airports, including a nice selection […]
After a lovely few days in Stuttgart we’ve arrived in the Black Forest! As you know, we didn’t bring Bernice (I’m sorry). We’re at Herbolzheim Campingplatz in a Eurocamp mobile home that I have named Esther…. We’ve never done Eurocamp before and it’s a bit odd. When the website said the campsite was small I […]