Feeling oh-so German

I feel like I should be carrying a case of Heineken and chowing down on bratwurst (which of course I wouldn’t unless it was meatless, which completely defeats the purpose of the bratwurst, obviously).

Cruising around in my Stuttgart ride is enough to make me feel oh-so patriotic to my Northern brethren, and being blonde helps too.

The Panamera is a phenomenal ride, and I find myself popping it into Sport Plus mode as often as I can — it’s utterly fantastic.

The Panamera delivered me safely to a press event I normally wouldn’t attend; a home good’s type event hosted at a local bakery, Pâtisserie de Gascogne, featuring the latest 2011 line-up from the German makers KRUPS.

Yup, Porsche and KRUPS.

Dies ist gut.

And if I need to translate that for you, oh faithful reader… well, I just hope I don’t have to.

Basically, I drank a lot of very good coffee from the latest, greatest KRUPS machines and chowed down on some freakishly good desserts provided by the top chef at Gascogne. All in all, everything I should not be doing on my P90X journey (which I promise to get to in another entry).

While it’s clearly not automotive-related, I snapped a few shots of my afternoon delights — because even though it wasn’t on four wheels, it was still pretty yummy.

Drive on,
– M.

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~ by drivingmsmiranda on June 30, 2010.

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