Monday, August 11, 2014

Last Day: Swabia Squared

We went to the Ritter Sport museum (because we are never going to be able to see the artwork while the kids want to make custom chocolate bars).
For being a small museum, they had a great collection of contemporary works.

This one may have been called "Big in Japan" after the song. I knew Will would like it for that reason.

This piece was all from carefully stacked tissue paper.

We stopped in at Bebenhausen on the way back. I don't think I'd ever been through the tour before, but it was impressive.
inside the cloister
clock tower in the courtyard
neat-o fishscale tiles on the roof

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