I dislike being lured to a random place in the middle of nowhere only to be charged to use the only bathroom available.
I would like to fire all of America's driving instructors and replace them with German citizens.
There is a shockingly low number of red lights here... Probably due to the fact that German citizens know how to drive.
The food is excellent, though a little heavy at times.
The people are lovely and have put up with my butchering their language very graciously.
Castles are neat.
Two liters of beer is a lot for one sitting.
I really love pedestrian-only zones. I wish we had them in the states.
I do apologize for driving down the pedestrian-only zone in Heidelberg, though it turned out to be perfectly legal on this one occasion.
Actually, I didn't drive down it, Amy did. I can't drive cars with a standard transmission. I was still at fault, however (I was navigating).
I was not prepared for snow. But then again, neither was Germany.
The screen grab feature on the iPad has made printing maps out unnecessary.
Finally, the Astin Martin DB 9 is easily the most beautiful car I've ever seen driving down the road. While not German, I did see it on the autobahn, so it still counts!
The Magic event is next weekend. I will write about it after I get home. Plus, I'll probably gab on about the trip some more.