We didn't plan on stopping in Tübingen, and had no plans other than enjoy the park, eat some vegetarian food, and grab an ice cream cone. It was lovely, and the energy of student activists are felt throughout public spaces. Enjoy!
A falafel sammie with cabbage, carrots, and a sweet peanut sauce at Vegi. The food and atmosphere was nice, but our dishes came with a side of eyerolling.
Schwarze johannisbeer eis (black currant ice cream), and smarties ice cream for Emily.
Piraten Spielplatz! There were a ton of families, and even a photographer from the local paper to capture everyone out enjoying the nice weather. She asked if I minded being in the shot, showed me the picture, and...well, I moved from the frame, but she got a bunch of cool close up pictures of Emily and another girl on the web swing. If it gets published, I will add it here.
Feminist, anti-Nazi, pro-immigrant messages:
Tübingen is very much my speed, and I look forward to sitting out on the cobblestone marktplatz at a cafe, or sitting on the rock wall along the river as much as we possibly can.