This weekend we went to visit a good friend in the little University-town of Tübingen. Here are just a few of the sites, for your voyeuristic intention.
We took a walk along the river. In truth, the river is disgustingly dirty, dirty water (Charles River dirty, I'd say), but it was a lovely stroll nevertheless. Besides, once the sun started to set all of the fall foliage took on beautiful hues, and the murky water served as a surprisingly ideal backdrop.
Simply love the exposed beams and sloping roofs of old German houses. This one has obviously been touched up a bit and doesn't have the natural, dark ruggedness that is usually portrayed; but the lines and the coloring of the light, yellowy wood against the light blue, cloudy sky are so appealing to the eye.
Graffitied home to a (democratic/social) movement of sorts. A house of ideas and speech, perhaps. Honestly I don't really know, i couldn't get enough info from our host about what it really was other than these vague ideas. Regardless, perched at a busy intersection it certainly stood out from the dull greyness of its modern city surroundings.