I feel as though I neglected my blog as well as Luuux last week. Things just were a little bonkers though and then we decided to take a last minute trip to visit a friend in Schwäbisch Hall here in Germany. For those of you unfamiliar with the country, Schwäbisch Hall is located northeast of Stuttgart with Heilbronn to the west in the state of Baden-Wurttenberg. If you are interested in finding out more about Schwäbisch Hall I will provide a link down below. Anyhow, we had a great time catching up with our friend and exploring the medieval city and it’s surroundings. In fact, I would definitely recommend visiting if you're ever in the area. We were even treated to a Frieda Kahlo exhibition which also contained some of her husband, Diego Rivera’s works at the Kunsthalle Würth. Although no photography was allowed in the gallery, I wanted to share with you a few pictures I took while wandering through the city. I also, promise that I will be back in action this week. In fact, I have a few posts in the works already. As always, thanks for reading.
Schwäbisch Hall City Site
Pic #1: St. Michael's Church - There are plays on the stairs during the summer months.
Pic #2: Kocher River Island - Small island located in the middle of Old Town.
Pic #3: Hall Globe Theater - Located on island in the Kocher River in the center of Old Town, designed specifically for Shakespeare productions.
Pic #4: Kocher River - View from wooden bridge in Old Town.
Pic #5: Narrow Staircase - The city is riddled with these.