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... and control his followers. another portion of the tour was of the courthouse where the famous Nuremberg trials took place when the senior principals (those still alive) were put on trial. Doug and I enjoyed a meal lunch of Bratwurst and schwienshock (slow roasted pig nuckle) while the ladies shopped and visited e sights. Oh yes we also enjoyed a ...
... syllabus. We easily could've spent longer and everybody felt rushed here: there was so much detail. It was the most succinct museum on Germany so far.
Lunch was in the Main Street of Nuremberg again, from Nordsee, a fish shop, followed by a stereotypical Starbucks, which was really nice. Then back onto the bus where we got stuck in traffic as we drove to Salzburg.
Lots more driving, traffic ...
... up to the Sebalduskirche. This is another church that is older, form the 13th and 14th centuries. It is undergoing substantial restoration and we could not see all of it. It was notable for the sarcophagus of St Sebaldus.
We then walked back through the city again admiring some of the buildings and statues, eventually ending up back at the Lorenskirche to listen to music paid on ...
... Trial. The museum was really good and learnt heaps about it all. The court room had been rearranged completely as it's still used today. The tour guide definitely wasn't the strongest but really good.
Went to my first atm after dinner had to be bought with cash. I know now that a German trying to explain to me that I have to use cash is incredibly confusing. The centre of Nuremberg is really pretty.
Early night which was really ...
This morning we left Gross-Zimmern and headed to Nuremberg. There was a lot of German countryside to view and it really looked similar to mid west America with the corn fields and large farm lands. However, when yo saw the towns you could see that the churches and homes dated back hundreds of years.
Nuremberg was the home of the WW II trials that saw many political and military ...