Sunday, October 26, 2014

arenenberg and tübingen

Good morning! Cold weather and rain have finally made it to Germany, but this hasn't stopped us from anything. After my first ever (except for a ton of language classes) lecture in German, Matt and I decided to ride our bikes across the border and check out the Arenenberg castle, where Napoleon III grew up. On the way there we stopped in Ermatingen and hung out with some Swiss goats. Tiny Swiss villages are my favourite. The castle itself was smaller than we expected, but the surrounding and the view from the hill (oh yes, the bike ride there was killing) were amazing!

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Saturday was for a 6am wake-up and Tübingen as I joined the Americans for a daytrip there. While Jason and Matt were attending their thingy, I finally took the time to actually get to know the town a little bit better. So yes, the Stiftskirche, small streets of the old town, the Hohentübingen castle, parts of the University, people-watching on the church steps, riverside walks and eventually a Neckarmüller to finish the day. :)

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