The second day of the exhibition began at 11 o’clock. We stopped at the parking lot, using our pass, opened a stand and waited for visitors. There were few of them, but even those who came showed little interest in my bears. I guess they are supporters of the classic German mohair bear. They are not used to the products of viscose and plush. A neighbor from Bremen, to my right, said that the bears are excellent and the Germans are still getting used to, looking at such bears.
The second day of the exhibition ended an hour earlier than the first. This is due to the fact that exhibitors need time to dismantle the stand. But I managed to make the necessary purchases before closing time – I purchased several types of fabrics, accessories for making teddy bears, tools.
Having collected all our bears in a suitcase and plunging everything into the trunk of a car, we went to dinner. For this we have chosen the old restaurant Drübbelken. It has three levels of dining. We chose a place in the basement, it was very quiet and intimate. We ordered classic German dishes. I took a salad with grilled goat cheese and pork knuckle, and my husband wanted meat soup with spices and pork ribs. The waitress assured us that the portions are not large and even showed the size of the hands. But when they brought us the second, we realized that people in the internet wrote the truth, it’s not possible to eat such a dish alone.
After a hearty dinner, we decided to walk around the old town. Our goal was the Cathedral of St. Lamberti of 1375, in the Gothic style. It is depicted on my postcard «Welcome to Münster». Walking along one of the streets to the parking lot, we found a store of children’s goods. Münster’s shops do not work on weekends, but I managed to photograph the windows of this shop. The entire prop is made by Steiff from its own materials. Thus ended the eighth day of our journey.