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What\'s worth seeing in Stuttgart and Munchen
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Neon  Identity Verified
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Apr 4, 2003

I plan to go abroad for the first time in my life. Could you advise me some places worth to visit in these two cities and around them.



CU in Germany



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Irene Fried  Identity Verified
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Here is a good link to find out about Stuttgart :

http://www.stuttgart-tourist.de/



HTH,

Irene


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ChristianZ
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Info on Munich Apr 4, 2003

There is a similar website on Munich:

www.muenchen-tourist.de.



I hope you\'ll have a nice trip.


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Steffen Walter  Identity Verified
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Munich: Try this as a starting point... Apr 4, 2003

...to find out more:



http://www.muenchen-tourist.de/englisch/index_e.htm



HTH

Steffen


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lisa23
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Munich Info Apr 4, 2003

Hi Neon

if your are also interested in good food and a little fun in Munich, you can use this link: http://munichx.de/ (but it\'s German).



An absolute must is to have a beer at \"Chinesische Turm\" (Englischer Garten), the most beautiful beergarden and my favourite place in summer.



If you\'re interested in art and design, visit the completely new Pinakothek der Moderne (Museum of Modern Art) and Haus der Kunst.



Have much fun!


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Harry Bornemann  Identity Verified
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Deutsches Museum Apr 4, 2003

If you are interested in physics, mechanics, etc. don\'t miss the Deutsches Museum in Munich. It is so big that you can easily get lost and you can\'t see everything in one day. It\'s an inventors paradise..



(And when your legs and feet are tired and hurting, I hope you\'ll find in one of the remote corners that machine on which you can stand like on an old fashioned scale. You throw in a coin, the shelf starts vibrating and after half a minute your feet feel perfectly fresh again and you can continue the run..)



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Arnaud HERVE  Identity Verified
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No real German trip... Apr 5, 2003

...without trying the thousand types of sausages!

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