There was a long street of shops and at the end there was an ancient castle on top of the hill. I was told that the castle is a 'must-visit' in Heidelberg.
Hey, I was never the kind who was into history...I'm suprised with my ability to remember this little detail. Hehe..
At the bottom of the wall they created an 'outdoor muzeum' that shows the history of the wall and the events that took place around it.
Over a week in Germany, we Malaysians were missing our local delicacies. Knowing this, the Malaysian Ambassador invited us for a brunch at his official residence.
After that we made our way to Berlin city for a round of shopping and then it's back on the train to Frankfurt. All we had on board was a chocolate bar, Twix, for 1.50 euro (RM7.50) and a cup of coffee for 2 euros (RM10).
The next day, our sponsors stayed back for other matters while the rest of us prepared for our long journey home. We said our goodbyes to ITNM representatives who were kind enough to bring us to Frankfurt and for giving me the experience that I will never forget.