BEST WESTERN Hotel Nuernberg Am Hauptbahnhof
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Fri Oct 24 Staying with the family. Woke up this morning feeling horrid so opted to spend the day in bed. Rob is fine so he headed off for some sightseeing, into Nuremburg and the to Gabbys parents for lunch. I got up about 3pm, felt a bit better but didn't last long. Back into bed at 8pm. Rob went to a soccer match in the evening, Furth against Frankfurt, with the boys, their team didn't win unfortunately :(, but they all had a few beers and a great time ...
... hour, a bit bumpy landing but otherwise ok. On arrival we were greeted by Gabby, Gerhart and Gabby's parents. We all jumped in their people mover and headed 20 mins to their village where we met the rest of the family, I think I counted 12. Friendly bunch all talking in German and me doing lots of nodding. After cake, coffee, beer, schnitzel, white wine, red wine, and panadol, I headed to bed for an early night, feeling ****** with my cold taking hold ...
... we all wave to each other. The distance between the sides of the locks can be as narrow as the boat is wide, plus a few meters. Sometimes looks like centimeters. Definite limitations on the size of the boat that can travel through the locks. We are now traveling vertically up 87 feet, the 3rd lock this size to raise us up. One more tall one and we will be crossing the Continental Divide; then we start going ...
A later morning allowed a sleep in which was greatly needed and well received. Breakfast was then delicious which started the day off really well.
We went to the Nazi Rally Grounds, designed by Speer. Most of the planned buildings weren't finished but we had a nice walk around and I stood where Hitler stood. We then went to a museum there which was incredible and followed Germany through the entire war and pretty ...
... World War II, it did not necessarily mark the war; at least in a philosophical sense. The Allied Powers still faced the question of what exactly to do with all of the broken pieces that had made up the powerful Nazi machine. There was no denying that the atrocities committed within the numerous concentration camps introduced the world to a new crime of systematic killing that was so severe and horrific - and until then impossible to imagine. In 1945, there were ...