It's quite a dramatic difference on a Sunday night vs. Saturday. Most stores are closed, but all the cafés are open. shoujo_mallet
says it is because of Germany's strict opening laws. I'm just kind of annoyed I can't pick up a liter of the delicious apple soda they have here.
It was very strange dropping Erin off at her dorm. Very much wham-bam-thank-you-ma'am. I lugged her bags up to the 3rd floor, she kissed me, and off I went. I know she'll have a great time here. I guess I feel sorry now for my parents when they dropped me off at RIT
. Sudden release and—I suppose—relief. The latter because I've accomplished my one obligation to someone else here: Get Erin to her dorm on time, in one piece, and with all her luggage. Now all I have to do is figure out what I'm going to do tomorrow on my own until we can meet for dinner or something.
Today we went to The Schloss
which was really nifty. We got to ride the Funincular railway
up to it. The tour was excellent. Yesterday we walked along Philosopherweg
which was really pretty.
I've gotta go: public terminal and all.