But there are plenty of museums (all of which are closed on Mondays, of course), lots of shopping (which is fun because it's in German), and taverns. For lunch, I had frankfurters and sauerkraut with Apfelwein, a regional specialty, at Alfred Wagner, one of the most well-known Apfelwein taverns in the city. Between that and the tons and tons of Reisling around here, we should be happy for the next three days.
Tomorrow, we are going to take a day trip to Heidelberg, an old university town about 60 miles away, then we are going to do museums on Wednesday. And now is nappy time.