#3 Heidelberg, Germany

by Love Like Birds

Good morning, New York!

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On our way to Heidelberg
One of the girls from last night called it Geidelberg, so we’re very excited

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Johnny Cash today

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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

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Heidelberg is stunning. Can’t believe how pretty all the houses are, and how they managed to keep the city so incredibly green.

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Another reason why I love touring Germany; they got the best lemonade around. I tried the rhabarber this time, longing for more

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Balthazar hasn’t arrived yet, so we got enough time to go out and visit the Schloss.

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I’m 25, and this was the first time I actually saw, or noticed, a baby tree..

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A late show and a wonderful Italian restaurant
The show went well, a great crowd and another danceparty with Balthazar

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(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

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Fact of the day:
Croissants were not invented by France, but by (/on the grounds they now call) Austria

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