BEST WESTERN Hotel Nuernberg Am Hauptbahnhof
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... percentage of the city's population) because most were hiding in the underground breweries.
And, of course, the famous Nuremberg war crimes trials took place here, too. The guide said that many death sentences were handed out to people like Herman Ghering, Albert Speer, and Rudolf Hess here. The courtroom is still in use today. You couldn't look inside today because a trial was going on today.
After our tour, we had ...
... we get to Vienna to opt into the classical concert in town one evening.
I felt the cruise was expensive when we booked it. But as I've been thinking of all the things we've experienced so far, I'd say the money was well spent. It's truly a once in a lifetime experience and a great way to see this section of the world in luxury and only unpack once.
Really, the best thing for me to do is post some pictures, so here goes!
Weather sunny and mild. We left Glattfelden at 930am to Schwabach. Experience the Autobahn in Germany with no speed limit, some cars went really fast, 180/200km. I sat at around 140 which is pretty fast! Traffic was good and we arrived at Schwabach about 3 pm. We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express which is just ...
2014-9-5 Nuremburg, Germany
Nuremberg (Nürnberg) with half a million inhabitants, is Bavaria's second largest city and ranks high among the world's most livable towns. It had always been a center of politics - in the Middle Ages it was the preferred residence of German Emperors and later it became burdened by the legacy of the Nazis. Although bombed to rubble in WWII, the medieval city center with its main buildings had been reconstructed, using the original stone. Packed ...
... Bamberg became the center of the Enlightment for southern Germany.
One of the few cities in Germany not destroyed by WWII bombing, Bamberg is the largest Old Town to retain its medieval structures; because of this, it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. Along with its Gothic, baroque and Romanesque architecture, the city was laid out according to medieval planning rules as a cross with churches at the four cardinal ...