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Cruise down Rhine Castles Soup and ice cream Naked lady statue Lorely Beautiful cliffs Natural barrier during world war 2 Movie a bridge too far Anthony Hopkins Hotel is in Mannheim Dinner white swan and shopping in Heidelberg Fireworks in the streets. The good kind Great souvenir shop with German quality made ...
... both questioned what type of meat it was (didn't really understand the German menu) but he scarfed it down anyway. Afterward we decided to look it up, thinking it might have been liver (the only word we recognized in the menu was "wurst"). Luckily it ended up just being a sort of Vietnamese pork sausage, so Jonathan was able to relax. The idea of liver grossed him out just a bit. After lunch it was on to the Heidelberg castle that sits just above the downtown area. ...
... to the setup he had. He had a classical harp, a Celtic harp, an old Chinese type harp with another type of harp he combined into a super instrument, a metal harp (looked like a metal ball with circles he tapped on it) a gong, some bowls, and then a mega instrument he created with five harps he can spin around to make different sounds. Incredible. He played each instrument, finishing with mega song of all instruments. It was one of the coolest and ...
... palace garden. The garden had a large pond with ducks and a heron. It also had a train like Roeding Park running through it. The trees were numerous, very large and many different varieties. There were also large green areas where university students, mothers with small children and senior citizens were studying and relaxing. We bought sandwiches and had a picnic in ...
... left the sightseeing aside and headed to Primark for some End-Of-The-World shopping. I say that because you could not imagine how many crazy people were in the store: it was absolutely full with people picking up everything and piles of clothes everywhere. This is how I would imagine a break down of social order to be when the Apocalypse is eventually announced. Then again when I can pick up a Tshirt for 2,50€ then who's complaining! Having said ...