Das ist nicht auf wiedersehen, das ist bis spater!

Counting down the last days here in Stuttgart with Colette already gone and nothing to do, I hopped on the U-bahn and hit a few spots we hadn’t seen before.
St John’s Church in Feuersee has been on our map for a long time, it just never made it to the top. Now that we’re moving along, what better time?
Eugensplatz was also on the list, although our pushpin was out of place and you have to climb about 400 stairs to get up there. Nice city sights, but not nice enough to have made our must-do list earlier.
It was also amazing walking through downtown and seeing every single person wearing a mask – until I saw the signs that everybody inside the city’s outer rings was mandated to wear one. Then it made more sense. I’m not sure if it does any good, but one things Germans do is follow rules!

Stuttgart Schlossplatz

Stuttgart Schlossplatz
The Stuttgart palace plaza is a beautiful open green space in front of the New Palace.


Morning View

Morning View
We’ve certainly enjoyed this view for the last year, but we’re happy to trade it for pine trees and mountains.


Feuersee

Feuersee
The famous church in Feuersee is certainly photogenic with the pond and the fountain.


Eugensplatz Fountain

Eugensplatz Fountain
Fall colors surround the fountain in Eugensplatz. While known for its views of the city, I thought the plaza itself was far more photo-worthy.