|Marburg church and buildings by the river|
|Closer look to the St. Elisabeth church and a traditional German house|
|Capturing my colors before rushing to get my train|
Felt great that i don't have to wear jacket!
One street in Marburg is interestingly named after Robert Koch, a german bacteriologist I learned in school. Time spent there was too short and I hope to be back. Or maybe I can stay there for weeks during the break. (*praying*)
Now in Korbach, I have to wait for more than an hour to get my train to Willingen. It was lunch time and I was so tired to walk to the city center to grab some food. Instead, I tried to finish the weird (but intelligent) book borrowed I from Jenny Bausch. It was Mark Haddon's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime. Well, Korbach, a town in Northern Hessen, boasts of its rich history of gold mining, thus the gold chips embedded on the road.
|Korbach's gold chips on the road|
View Marburg, Korbach, and Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe en route in a larger map