Why we enventually went to Heidelberg is still not that clear to me.
But it was fun.
We started our day with being tourists, that means we looked at the castle and enjoyed the panorama from the Philosophenweg, on the opposite part of the Neckar than the old quarter of Heiddelberg.
Something I should also note is that I didn't take many pictures because most of the things simply looked too "familiar" to me.
I can't really understand why Heidelberg is such a famous city and why so man tourists go there. Maybe because it's almost impossible to get lost?
For me, as someone who's used to old cities and ruins of castles, Heidelberg wasn't something that fascinated me a lot.
But it was very beautiful, and especially the lovely café (Schiller's) we went to is something I will remember.
I'm planning to go to Heidelberg once more, because I'd like to see the Hexenturm and there are some war monuments that would maybe be interesting for a project taking part of.
I'll see, but for now I'm just happy about having attaced another map to my ceiling.
On Wednesday I went to Heidelberg with two friends. We bascially had agreed on visiting an old city during our summer vacation, and our original idea had been Germersheim.