City Partner Hotel Am Jakobsmarkt
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... rally grounds where Adolf Hitler held his annual Nazi Party rallies up until 1938 drawing up to 1 million people to the city.
WW2 played a major role in the city's history. Most of the city was destroyed by bombing. The historic buildings have been restored and mostly rebuilt with the original materials.
Our coach passes by the court buildings where ...
... week long event. Only the Zeppelin Field and one stadium was completed with the congress hall only being half built before the outbreak of WW2. The scale of what was proposed is staggering and what remains is a reminder of those dark times in Germany's history. The museum (or document centre) housed within part of the congress hall was an interesting but disturbing exhibit that we took around three hours to visit. With another visit on the cards at sometime in the future ...
I no longer agree with the phrase 'I didn't learn anything in class'. Today I went to Chemistry class with Lukas. Yes, there were few words I understood, but I did actually learn something! I learnt my numbers better, I learned about H2O and about chemicals. I wouldn't trust myself to be in charge of anything with chemicals but I did learn something! I also learnt that when you go to hit someone on the leg, it's worthwhile checking to see if ...
... 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 ...
... of. But it went really well with Nutella. But the tough choice was, do I have it Kai's way...nutella then creamy stuff, or Anna's way...creamy stuff then nutella? Anna's of course. Not only did it taste better but it was Anna. Girls against Kai any day! And then we were off. Bags packed, food for a week in the boot and two best friends in a car. And I have to say, it started well. I set the GPS in German, set for out correct destination. It's just a shame that Kai ...