Day Trip to Stuttgart

After spending two days in Munich, we felt as though we had seen everything we wanted to see and decided to take a day trip to Stuttgart.  There was not much planning so when we arrived and realized a lot of things we wanted to see were closed on Mondays we weren’t sure how eventful the excursion would be.  Not to mention it was raining.  It turns out that Stuttgart is a lovely city and eventually I’ll have to make a return trip and visit the sites that were closed on Monday.

We had so much fun at BMW World a day earlier that we went to Porsche’s equivalent.  I like Porsche more than BMW.

Porsche Museum architecture

Porsche Museum architecture

Shiny new Porsches

Shiny new Porsches

Let's play a game.  Guess the price, in Euros, of this Porsche.  Nope, that's way too low, try 419,000 Euro!

Let's play a game. Guess the price, in Euros, of this Porsche. Nope, that's way too low, try 419,000 Euro!

More Porsche Museum architecture

More Porsche Museum architecture

We also happened upon a Le Corbusier designed building.  I feel like a real architect now that I’ve been to a Corbusier building.

Yep that is without a doubt a Corbusier building

Yep that is without a doubt a Corbusier building

Here are some other sights from around Stuttgart.

Stuttgart's Main square

Stuttgart's Main square

Very cool altar at Calvinist church

Very cool altar at Calvinist church

Brutalist architecture at its best.  Which means its super ugly

Brutalist architecture at its best. Which means its super ugly

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