Through the summer, the opera house has a goodie for those who like opera. They screen live feeds of the performances that are showing. So, on a nice evening, one can snuggle up in one of the chairs outside, and watch an entire opera on the big screen. Probably even getting a better view than some of the people inside! With subtitles! 😀
Located in the second district, on the southern side of Taborstraße is the Volkertmarkt. It’s tiny but very cozy, and not quite as crowded as the Karmelitermarkt. I had some refreshing drinks there in the sun on Friday. Life is good when summer is near. 🙂
The new roller coaster looks amazingly cool! I know that I have to try it out at some point. It’s probably the most expensive ride in the park (except for some soeciality rides that only take 1 or 2 people at a time) at 8.50 per ride. But it looks fun!
The tourist districts in the city centre are filling up to the max now for the Easter holiday. A taste of the months to come!
I’ve been good at getting my 12000 steps a day lately, in spite of the weather. Somehow the clouds do not want to go away… I’m hoping that will improve as March progresses!
The surest sign of spring is that restaurants and cafes put up seating outside.
It’s happening!! I’m definitely ready for spring!
They keep the Christmas lights on Graben up in January as well because it is good for the businesses in the area. I think that’s totally ok.