BEST WESTERN Hotel Nuernberg Am Hauptbahnhof
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... had his cigar. I think the rest helped. It's just the fatigue...who knows...maybe I'm just worn out...more sleep tonight and then another busy day tomorrow??!!
All the locks are downhill now until ...
Nuremburg, ill-famed for the huge torch-lit, nazi mass rallies in the 1930s and the post-war trials.
You can still see the site, on the edge of town, where literally more than a hundred-thousand uniformed nazis at a time were the propaganda back-drop for Hitler's intimidating showpieces. Today most of theatrical staging - linking the nazis to the emperors of medieval Nuremberg the - has been demolished. A museum explores the theme of the "fascination and ...
... talk about it as much, they are still at odds with the people they knew good and bad and their memories. Very interesting and understandable. We had a little time to get a beer in the old city center By this time it was completely dark, we headed back to the ship for dinner. After dinner we had 3 opera singers. They did songs from different operas. Very entertaining. I was tired, and think I am getting ...
On Tuesday we had the opportunity to tour the town of Bamberg. While Nuremberg was 90% destroyed during the war, Bamberg was never hit. Beautiful old downtown area with walking streets etc. There was a beautiful baroque cathedral that was completely changed during an that was called the "Purification" when they removed any paintings, took all color off of everything. In the pictures you will see the difference from the church at ...
... went to the brewery where the beer originated. Some observations about Germans/Deutschland I've learned so far: - They are much quieter than Americans. They don't yell in public or even talk loudly like we typically do back home, and even in the country side I never really hear tractors or lawn mowers or anything of that sort. - They have never IDed me for beer or wine and I'm pretty sure the drinking age is 16, but they ...