Congress Hotel Mercure Nuernberg An Der Messe
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... going about their business. After a bite to eat Greg jumped on his bike (can't stay away from it even on a rest day) and bombed around. Ended up at the Nuremberg Trials Memorial which is the Court House where a lot of the Nazi leaders were tried and then hanged. They had it coming!! It was the first time in history that a regime had been brought to account for war crimes. Dinner tonight was bratwaust, sauerkraut and beer; good wholesome tucker. Another interesting day on ...
... now. Sipping a champagne cocktail while watching us going into one of the REALLY deep locks. Decided to have another while in the lock and might even have a third when we are sailing out of it. Sounds like a good plan. Gala dinner was terrific. Hope I still have the energy to dance this evening. Danced all evening. Lots more people up dancing than usual. But it was so hot. My makeup was melting! Went out at 2330 for a breath of air before bed and ended up being ...
... a boost. A tram back to the centre and then onto the underground to head the opposite direction towards the court where the Nuremberg Trials were held. A map reading error took us past the station we needed and out to suburbia. And so we turned back the way we had come and eventually, with the help of a local, found our way to the court. Like the Documentation Centre, the building now houses a museum on its top floor, although ...
... pretty much gives unlimited access to museums and public transport and then exploration of the old town our destination for today the dungeon museum and the castle with its museum as well. Markets fresh food and produce predominantly strewn the squares. These with quite festive colours are in marked contrast to the heavy architecture which surrounds us particularly as seen I he churches and monuments. Building colour is very subdued. Possibly the ...
... rnberg sustained heavy damage during World War II, and the churches have been rebuilt, so they aren't as beautiful as some we have seen. We also stopped in the Frauenkirche and passed by St. Sebaldus. It had been drizzling pretty steadily since we arrived in Nürnberg, but the heaviest rains hit while we were eating lunch and just after we found ourselves safely inside the Imperial Kaiserburg Castle. The grounds of this castle are very impressive. It sits atop ...