We had to get popcorn since we don't have much of that here.
We noticed these German's don't care about HP as much as they should as you can see by the turn out in the theater.
We really liked the movie, but all I've got to say to those of you who have seen it is what was with that weird creepy part in the middle when Ron is worried about Harry and Hermione liking each other?
...you have one of these on your street corner. Just in case the store is closed and you run out of cigarettes, or you're just too lazy to walk all 4 blocks to the store, you can just walk to the corner cigarette vending machine. Plus, the biggest benefit of all is when your 10 year old decides they want to start smoking and you don't want to fund it, they can pick up their own on the way home from school. So, for all you future smokers out there, as soon as you are tall enough to ride the Colossus, you are tall enough to smoke.
Taking the advice of one of our friends, we headed off to this small town just West of Heidelberg. After the run-down train station and the streets filled with Turkish teenagers spitting every other step, we weren't too impressed. Luckily, the closer we came to the old part of town, the better it got.
Speyer High School
Downtown Speyer and the Pilgrim
(marking the old pilgrimage path to the burial of the apostle James in Spain)
The Cathedral and other Churches
Despite our first impression, Speyer turned out to be pretty great. Not to mention, they had the cheapest Gelato yet.