Sheraton Carlton Nuernberg
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... churches...an ancient castle....postcard medieval buildings with old stone bridges crossing the river which runs through town....they were setting up their Christmas stalls and decorations as well....I bought some of their famous gingerbread for Nikki....and some of their famous hot blueberry wine and Bratwursts in bread for me....I like really like Nuremberg. Leaving Nuremberg....I was so pleased with myself...I had all my train ...
... dentro de la ciudad de Königstein. Según se cree ya había una pequeña fortaleza cerca del 1233, que luego se transformo en convento de clausura de monjes y terminó como fortaleza del rey sajón. De a poco se fue ampliando, llegando a su mejor expansión en 1725 por mandato del conocido rey Sajón: Augusto el Fuerte.
Luego fue cárcel estatal y campo de prisioneros en las guerras mundiales y por supuesto Hitler también ...
... representing craftsmen, rural folk or Christmas characters - are not just decorative! Hidden inside is a little incense cone that can be lit with smoke wafting out an adorable little o-shaped mouth. I chose a little black forest hiker smoker from a Handwerkerhof shop near the train station.
Even though it doesn't open for another couple weeks, xmas market preparations ...
... 10 minutes of intense dry heat, I went out of the sauna and onto the terrace and sat in the snowfall to cool down. One more cycle of that and I found that I was able to speak fluent Swedish...at least I think that was the gibberish I was mumbling! We get an extra hour tonight with the time change here so our plan is to get out to Rothenberg tomorrow morning and then to Dreiech tomorrow afternoon to see Susanne and Dirk for a couple more days before we head back to the ...
... though the original cathedral burnt to the ground about 175 years later. However, this cathedral was constructed on the design of the original one, with the choir facing west rather than east, as was the case in the first St. Peter's Basilica in Rome. It is Romanesque in style, so not as light and airy as the one we saw in Regensburg two days ago. The only tomb of a pope outside of Italy is in this Cathedral, that of Pope Clement II. There is a ...
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