Chit Chat #27 'Walking into Autumn'

by 25.10.18

One of Stuttgarts many beautiful sights is the Rosenstein Park. At this time of the year it is even more beautiful than it normally is.
We walked through the park to the Rosenstein Palace which has a museum inside. Vincent was intrigued by the skeletons and insects. I can't help but getting an itch when I see certain insects. Must be related to the fact that I mostly get an allergic reaction when bitten by any insect.

On our way out of the park we passed another museum located at the 'Löwentor', the Lion's Door.
There you can marvel at dinosaurs. Oliver and Vincent have been there a couple of times, but I haven't. Vincent wanted to go inside, but it was almost dinner time.

Time to go to one of our favourite restaurants 'Noodle One'. We had two young female students as our neighbours. They ordered the same dish as Oliver and I. Since we were sitting so close to each other, we could easily hear what they were discussing.
One of the girls complained about hair in her food. She couldn't talk about anything else. She then asked me if I also had hair in my food. I asked if I could take a closer look. My suspicion was that they were fibers of lemon grass, which was one of the ingredients of our meal.
She then asked the waiter, and he confirmed. He said; our cook doesn't have any hair ;)

After we filled our bellies, we took the train back home. It was a lovely day!


Jacket - Mango
Jeans - Lynne Gstar
Shoes - Another A
Bagpack - Longchamp

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