Sheraton Carlton Hotel Nuernberg
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... his shoulders.
He is famous in math class-rooms for his use of geometrical shapes and mysterious magic squares. He is a mathematician's artist. And many school students have been presented with his Melancholia in the erroneous belief that it would make them drool with fascination and finally see that math really is fun. Yeah, right... Melancholia is a suitably arcane way of saying dull, boring and depressing.
Every math teacher who has ever visited ...
... not have been fought by one person - it has become part of international law. All the particulars can be researched. The city has allowed the courtroom to be open on the weekends for a few hours for tours. The guide is hoping they will add more days. He said the younger children are learning about WW2 in school now and the Nazi/German issues, the older generation - his parents and grandparents - ...
... exactly as I had remembered.
When we returned to the ship in the evening we were welcomed by a German band - enjoy the music.
If anyone I know comes to Germany, I would highly recommend visiting Nuremberg.
You will notice in the pictures that it was getting dark. The reasons are we changed our clocks back on Sat and the ship was delayed on arrival due to a traffic jam and wait at the last lock before ...
More recently the city also became well known as the location for Hitler's annual Nazi party rallies in the 1930s and later after the war as the site for the Nuremberg Trials. It is now well known for its trade fairs, production of toys, its Christmas market and its gingerbread, which has no ginger in it, and is known as "Lebkuchen". Most of the city was completely destroyed during a 90 minute ...
... had opted to visit. At the last minute, we decided to simply walk into the town and have a look around. It was bustling with many sales on still. We found the local department store and stocked on some bathroom supplies i.e. shampoo! Upon returning to the ship we had a quiet afternoon, then after dinner, there was a short walk to the oldest wine cellar in Germany for wine tasting. We tried 5 wines- 1 secco, 3 white and 1 rose. Some were better than others. Mostly ...