Arotel Top Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Nuremberg
Although we travel through 68 locks, today I think has to be lock day. You can't really count the night time ones and some are a bit 'Mickey Mouse' but today's are serious locks. Two today are over 27 meters deep - now we are going down, having reached our highest point (407 m) so they are impressive. I've been surprised at how enthralled Lee is by the size, scale and engineering of the locks. At one something happened ...
... on the train and all of the scenery was beautiful!
I think we were all quite sad to leave Heidelberg because it was an absolutely beautiful city and the shopping was fab!
Tomorrow we are going on a walking tour of Nuremberg and then the Dokumentenzentrum. Finally, in the evening we are going out to dinner. I know we will be fix und fertig by the end of the day!
We slept in today and began our day a bit late. But the sky is blue and the weather is warm! We decided to go on a walking tour of the city 'inside the walls'. We walked, shopped, ate, drank...pretty much a perfect day! We are staying at the Albrecht Durer Hotel next to the Castle. Very nice and quiet here, compared to all of the activities down in ...
... of the lock masters who are striking from Monday. Not sure what is going to happen to the ships now trying to get through Germany!!!
We ended a perfect day dining in the aft restaurant which seats 24- and the chef turns on quite a culinary show. Superb food. Overnight we sail to Aschach in Austria.
forgot to mention the June floods - the Danube rose to 15 metres - which means it rose 7 metres - utter devastation with slime and sludge ...
... a) conspiring against peace
(b) committing acts of aggression
(c) war crimes
(d) crimes against humanity
Apparently Stalin wanted 120 of Hitler's people lined up against the wall & shot! Churchill wanted them tried - and then shot. Rooseveldt wanted the trial & only 24 were charged. When only half got the death penalty, Stalin decided that in the future, they should do it his way.