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Walked around a bit in the evening after we arrived at hotel. Nice old town with a small river flowing through it.
... the local Gluhwein ! Ohhh sooooo good and was so warm and toasty (a hot spicey mulled red wine and even Michaela liked it ) The underground tour of a network of cellars was cool. Originally used to store things like beer, ice, pickles and more beer (so much storage was needed for beer because for a long period of time beer was safer, and more prominently drunk, than water. The amount of beer consumed throughout the year ended up equating to about 1.5 litres per person per day. ...
We love Nuremberg – The old town contains so many quaint houses, cobbled streets and impressive churches. The fort, being amongst the largest in Bavaria, had an amazing history dating back to 1040 AD. We loved the gingerbread cookies (Lebkuchen) and Nuremberg sausages. We toured ...
... and pillow to sleep on the floor with. After relaxing in the apartment for awhile, Aga and myself went over to meet some friends that attend the same college. The two guys, one from Italy and the other from Spain, were SO nice!! They both offered to help me find places to stay when/if I traveled to Italy and Spain. Once we had laughed enough ...
... many friends and family one of the great things about this trip is that we get to spend some time with friends that now live all over the world.
We're both sad to be leaving Nuremberg tomorrow, especially as Mikey and Lisa have been such generous hosts. Hopefully the beer halls in Munich will be able to provide some alternative entertainment!
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArtHotel City Nuremberg
Friendly staff, great room, free parking in nearby garage, just outside city.
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