BEST WESTERN Hotel Nuernberg Am Hauptbahnhof
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... we caught the tram (9) out to the partly completed Nazi Rally Centre, now called The Documentation Centre which chronicles all things Nazi. And they don't pull any punches but say it exactly like it was, warts and all. This place is massive, the parade ground was designed for 100,000 troops and the Congress Hall 50,000 people. The commencement of the War brought the whole project to a halt. The Congress Hall (not finished as designed) now houses The Document ...
... a brilliant bike path along the Danube / Main Canal. After a little while we picked up a nice tailwind which whipped the girls into a racing frenzy, scooting along at 25km/h. However we eventually ran into the first of many detours of the day which slowed proceedings down to a more sedate pace. Apart from the lovely countryside and water views there wasn't a great deal to see today. ...
... shops, bridges and public buildings. First stop was the Cathedral of St Peter and St George a massive structure overlooking the city. The burial place for a whole raft of saints, bishops and other hangers-on. We only got to see the "church" bits, what went on below decks would have been much more interesting. "Little Venice" is a row of medieval houses (right on the canal) which are dressed up with flowers ...
... the river you will see many fishermen's houses and small boats. After walking around the center of the town for a little bit we decided to grab a bite to eat. We ended up eating at a small restaurant overlooking the river. We tried the local rauchbier, which translates to smoky beer. It was tasty, and I'm surprised that we haven't seen it outside of Bamberg. We had a great view of the river as ...
... so much of the castle had been destroyed in WW2 bombing. The museum traced its history speaking of the political alliances and conflicts with the Roman Catholic Church from the time of Charlemagne, through the Middle Ages until mid 20th century. It was a surprisingly extensive museum, it's focus predominantly weaponry and armour of the ages. From the Castle we descended in light rain to a small restaurant opposite the Old Town Hall beneath which were ...