Derag Livinghotel Maximilian
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... wooden staircase and finally you are climbing pretty much what amounts to a ladder. Once you've reached the top you have to pull yourself up over the edge and then behold a fantastic view of the town. After our descent we wandered some more and found a great museum that held many treasures from medieval times. Suits of armour and weapons are just some of the items we saw. After making our way back ...
Today we started off with a visit to the Nazi Rally Grounds. It is a really good introduction to understanding what the Nazi party was all about. One of the things I'm learning is that the Germans are educating people on how Hitler came to be and through this education we hope that history will not repeat itself. It was very informative in a very simple and clear way. Through pictures, old film and various records and documentation, as ...
... landmark, a beautiful castle built starting in the 12th century that took approximately 400 years to build! After viewing the castle, it's grounds and the great views of the city that it provides we decided it was time to start heading back. Of course we got lost trying to find the parkade! What we did find while searching for the parkade was the Nurenberg red light ...
... when dealing with 19 teenagers! Tomorrow is our first full day - I think a visit to the Nazi Museum is on our agenda, as well as a stroll through the old city centre. Highlight of my day - having a glass of German beer, I'm not a beer drinker, but this beer could turn mine into ...
... Sea and provides a navigable waterway which is over 2,300 miles long.
The canal cost $3.5 billion, well over budget, like most public works projects. The canal is only 13 feet deep, and is all concrete lined, and was finally finished in the early 1990s. The locks are 218 yards long and 13 yards wide. The standard European cargo boat is 12.8 yards wide (a very tight fit!).
Our ship is very different from the other cruise ...