After a lazy morning we hopped on the train and rode out to the Museum im Kulturspeicher where we saw a great exhibit about Gabriele Munter, Wassily Kandinsky, and the “Der Blaue Reiter” (The Blue Rider) Group.
Print by Munter and Kandinsky in Germany with their cat.
Afterwards Barbara and I walked back into town and went to a beautiful cafe. It felt like a really classic place, a bit of an Austrian vibe, and beautifully decandent coffees and desserts.
I had apple strudel (which came with a light vanilla cream to pour on top) and Barbara had a refreshingly not too sweet slice of cheese cake.
Later that night we went to an amazing live show of ‘La Banda Brassa’ which is a band from Barbara’s region. She was explaining to me that even though they are singing in German it’s a different dialect than in Wurzburg so most people don’t know the lyrics, not just me.
Well it was truly one of the best shows I’ve seen, the first thing these guys did was play their version of german techno (mind you this is with tuba, trumpet, drums) which was hillarious. Then after playing their set to a packed and dancing crowd; myself, Barbara, and friends included, they were given two or three standing ovations and started to play some classics I could sing along to. “Around the World” by Daft Punk, really amazing in brass! And my personal favorite “Waterfalls” by TLC. Can’t top that! Hopefully I’ll have pictures soon, I opted out of bringing my camera and instead brought a disposable. And also wunderbar, the band did a birthday shoutout for Barbara!