The musician on the top of classic music attracted us extremely. I promised to my younger cousin to buy a gift here for this little piano playing girl.
It took us long time to get Bonn from Frankfurt. This was the result of last day. The driver stopped the bus near Bonn University. We went to Beethoven's house on foot directly. The campus was large, in my opinion, almost bigger than the city.
Crossing a market, we arrive at a small square, where the West Germany government was. It was no larger than a yard of a middle school.
Eric was a coin collector. He found some collections of different version of euros. The prices were much cheaper than those in Paris. However, maybe it was too early so that no shop was opened. In my opinion, if you wanted to collect coins, stamps, or something else, you should enjoy the process to find and get them. If just buying them in shop, you will lose a lot of fun. So, this may not be a loss for Eric.
Beethoven's house was the terminal in this city. But it was forbidden to take photo in the house. Thus, I only took some ones in the yard. I bought a pencil in the souvenir shop for my cousin. The pencil was made as the G clef.
Bonn, the small and beautiful city is not the capital of Germany any more but it will be the hometown of Ludwig van Beethoven forever.