On Sunday Jared and I headed to Stuttgart, Germany to pick up a visa for him. (It's a long story that I rather not get into.) We decided to go and stay for a night. Here's the train station in Zürich. Similar to Grand Central where you wait for your train to show on the board which platform it will be leaving from. Except at Grand Central and Penn Station they show it 10 mins. before and when it pops up everyone all of a sudden runs to the platform knocking everyone in sight just so you can get a seat. It's pretty hilarious. They're a bit more courteous here in CH.
Here is the Swiss Consulate. Not too impressive. Just a small room.
I wanted to go down the tiny elevator which we barely fit in with our backpacks on. We are happy to get Jared's visa.
I love silhouette shots.
Here is a church that we passed by a few times while walking around, I love the windows and Jared mentioned that it's probably a spiral staircase.
Stuttgart is home to the Mercedes-Benz museum. Unfortunately we didn't get to go.
To our delight a fellow Stanford ward member, Angie, was living not too far from Stuttgart for a while and came to meet us. She speaks fluent German so that was helpful when we wanted to order some lunch...a got old German wienerschnitzel.
Jared got a curry one. We thought it would be a curry flavored sausage, but they just put curry powder and ketchup on top. HA HA! He still liked it.