Hotel Fuerstenhof, Leipzig
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... or activity on Sundays. In a smaller city like Leipzig this makes everything rather quiet. It strikes me as somewhat of a student town. I'm in no rush to get to Munich tomorrow so I might do a bit of an explore before I leave. When I say explore, I really mean go back to the video game store which had lots of retro consoles in the windows. They had a Philips CDI. No one had a Philips CDI. Also, ...
... needs a shake up to reinvigorate me. That's why it was great to hang out with people yesterday at Christiania (who would've thought there'd be a commune like that in the middle of Copenhagen?), and it's been fun to visit a few familiar faces as I travel. Still, I don't have the energy, nor any interest in partying like many of the other tourists I come across seem to do. Unless there's something unique about a place, like in Christiania yesterday ...
... with the practical bike system Nextbike, and read up how it works. Its app shows you where you can find bikes, and you can park them in other locations (the app tells you where).
You do need to phone to collect or park a bike, so make sure you know the cost. Info and registration: http://www.nextbike.de/en/
Nextbike is a better option than ...
Back in Leipzig, I had about an hour so I went to the supermarket. I've gotten into the habit of buying a local beer to bring back instead of a souvenir. So I bought back a Hasseröder Pils, which if you don't realise the old German writing, looks more like Halleröder.
I sat down in the sunshine and enjoyed watching people ...
... off! It was easy enough to jump off ten minutes later at the train station, grab a couple of pretzels for breakfast and jump on the bus at 5:30am.
Initially I wasn't sure which direction the bus would take because there are two options. Either you travel from Heidelberg down and around Nuremberg and back up to Leipzig or you drive up around Frankfurt then straight across. They are both around the same distance, ...