BEST WESTERN Hotel Nuernberg Am Hauptbahnhof
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... and famous fountain known as "Schoner Brunnen". "The Beautiful Fountain" is a 14th century equisite architectural work with a height of 19 meters. The beautiful churches of Saint Lorenz and Saint Sebald provide a beautiful backdrop to the city. Main Square is also the bustling shopping district.
Today is market day with stalls selling all kinds of merchandise ...
... Rathaus (old town hall) dating from 1744, that now houses a porcelain museum, on the river is probably the centre of the old town area that is UNESCO heritage listed. The new town and more modern shopping covers the area along the 15 minute walk from the railway station via Maximillianplatz and the Grüner Markt. So, in summary, a good place for a touristy day trip, but not somewhere I will rush back to unless it is for a brewery pub ...
... a table in your way. It hurts. That was the only class I went to, and I then went and sat in the library until Lukas finished school. I continued reading my German for Dummies guide, fried my brain once and for all, and then got talking to a lovely girl about travel. Also, today we sold the cake I made yesterday! Sah pretty! Lots of people liked it too, which put my faith back in cooking. After Lukas came back from class, we went and met ...
... girl came up to me and asked me about why I was here and how I was doing it. She was unsure what do after school and had no idea what way to go about travel if that was what she wanted. So I gave her a few tips, told her my door was always open in Aus and said if she wanted to ask me anything else to message me on Facebook. We left school then. Lukas directed us to where Rasmus was meeting us to take us for...doona? I don't know how you spell it, but it's said the same way ...
Kai rose at 8 this morning. I, on the other hand, did not. I stayed where I was for as long as I could before eventually having a mid morning breakfast with Kai and Anna. I'd forgotten how different German breakfasts were to British ones. I am used to milky tea, toast and a small piece of fruit. Here I had pate on bread rolls, dark brown bread (oh how I had missed that stuff), cheese and nutella. Not all at once. And there was a cream spread stuff which I can't remember ...