#3 Heidelberg, Germany
by Love Like Birds
Good morning, New York!
On our way to Heidelberg
One of the girls from last night called it Geidelberg, so we’re very excited
Johnny Cash today
Since touring costs a whole lot of money, we try to find cheap hotels, and I loved this one
Throwback to making an invitation in Word for your birthday party and trying out the special fonts for making a title
Heidelberg is stunning. Can’t believe how pretty all the houses are, and how they managed to keep the city so incredibly green.
Another reason why I love touring Germany; they got the best lemonade around. I tried the rhabarber this time, longing for more
Balthazar hasn’t arrived yet, so we got enough time to go out and visit the Schloss.
I’m 25, and this was the first time I actually saw, or noticed, a baby tree..
A late show and a wonderful Italian restaurant
The show went well, a great crowd and another danceparty with Balthazar
(by David Kennedy)
I’m deadtired and longing for my bed
I forgot how incredibly long tourdays are, especially with school pushing me in the back with a bony finger. I’ll be so happy when I can just focus on one thing, or at least less than a million.
Found out that someone was looking for my dad on the world wide web, intriguing..
Our hotel is just this hallway with 8 rooms, so funny sitting at the frontdesk (the only place where the wifi works) and hearing all these different sounds from different rooms. No idea what Room #1 was doing exactly, but it sounded quite disturbing
Fact of the day:
Croissants were not invented by France, but by (/on the grounds they now call) Austria