City Partner Hotel Am Jakobsmarkt
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... 8364;0.13 ton/km is equitable to 42 freight Wagon €0.44, or 82 truck & trailers €1.98 per ton/km, they could handle 46 million tons/year but in 2007 maxed out at 6.6 million & in 2012 only 5.16 million canal is limited by speed, lock size, bridge height etc. 5,848 ships used the canal last year 46% cargo, 39% passenger & 8% pleasure boats. Cost approx €2.8 billion to build, ...
... arrived back on board at 6pm.
We then re-settled ourselves and met the new crew after which we enjoyed our dinner.
Dinner consisted of Poached asparagus with Prosciutto, Braised Beef Brisket Meat Empanada and White Chocolate Honey Mousse.
Following dinner we all went up to the bar for a night cap, then it was time for bed to rest up for the next day.
... Obermarchtal. I bought a bottle of their Marula Sahne Likör. Next stop was the famous Bochtler Bakery for their Kirschnudel (yeast cake with sour cherries). We then stopped near Tuttingen where in summer the River Danube goes underground for 20km and comes out at Lake Constance (Bodensee). We arrived at our ...
... for children. Claudia, Stefanie, Marco, Ron and I walked 17 km today from Henfenfeld to Hohenstein Castle. We walked through the Sittenbach Valley and Hersbrucker Schweiz Forest. We left at 1.30pm and arrived at 5.20pm at the Hohenstein Hof Windbeutel Cafe. We walked through Hersbruck, Großviehberg, Stöppach and Hohenstein. Wolfgang and ...
Not a lot to report on Nuremberg in terms of medieval history. There is part of an old town but the destruction of more than 90% of the city during the war left little in terms of historic buildings. However, Nuremberg was the Nazi party's main rally city and I regret we didn't attend the optional WW II tour (see below). Nonetheless the girls found the shops. Being a larger city than the last three ...