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Travel Blogs from Nuremberg
... their drinks in any incident. Nuremberg has some fascinating sites and history. We were offered a WWII tour (around the rally square, courtrooms used for the war trials, former SS headquarters ...) or a tour of the castle and medieval streets but were we lured by the traps set for unwary tourists? No way, we went shopping. Well really we met Karsten, had the 2 biggest pieces of cake we've seen and then we went ...
... on the train and all of the scenery was beautiful!
I think we were all quite sad to leave Heidelberg because it was an absolutely beautiful city and the shopping was fab!
Tomorrow we are going on a walking tour of Nuremberg and then the Dokumentenzentrum. Finally, in the evening we are going out to dinner. I know we will be fix und fertig by the end of the day!
... for a return trip to Budapest with a new group of tourists. Darius resigned as assistant to the Program Director and turned over his umbrella. He decided that herding old people is too stressful, so we had to say goodbye to that employment opportunity. Resting up in the hotel, trying to decide where to go for dinner....so much beer....so little ...
Sunday 8th September
A much quieter day as we stayed on board. When we docked at Vilshofen the supplies came on board.We had a brief stroll around the village then set sail for Passau where we docked at around 2.
Just a note re entries - have stuffed up a little - please check at the bottom to see if "next entry" is there - click on that for next days as I didn't put all towns on the template.
Passau is where 3 rivers meet - the Danube, ...
Relaxed start today.
Presentation about the Main-Danube Canal which revolutionised the travel across Europe - particularly for the cruise boats!
This afternoon, we joined a guided tour re WW2 as Nuremberg was a favourite place for Hitler to "rally the troops".
The Congress Hall (Reichsparteitstag - I think) was modelled on the Colosseum & was to be a big amphitheatre where the Nazi Party delegates would ...
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