Gasthof Klosterle

Zum Klosterle 14 , Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90513, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nuremberg

A Complicated Dilemma

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons

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... buildings, and refocus their memories of this place on the alternative role it played in history. In other words, if we take a place like the Hofbräuhaus, we know that it has been tainted by the fact that Hitler wrote up his political ideology will sitting inside. Yet that memory does not monopolize our thoughts of the Hofbräuhaus, because it was built to be a great beer hall -- and it is a great beer hall. In dealing with that memory, we ...

The First Steps Towards Recovery

A travel blog entry by jordynparsons

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... World War II, it did not necessarily mark the war; at least in a philosophical sense. The Allied Powers still faced the question of what exactly to do with all of the broken pieces that had made up the powerful Nazi machine. There was no denying that the atrocities committed within the numerous concentration camps introduced the world to a new crime of systematic killing that was so severe and horrific - and until then impossible to imagine. In 1945, there were ...

Kaiserburg Castle

A travel blog entry by eaglesflight

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On our way to the city of Bonn, from Munich we made a slight detour to Nuremberg (or Nurnberg, as the Germans say to find a castle. We had planned to visit the famous "Disney castle" Neuschwanstein, about 2 hours from Munich the previous day, but got stuck in traffic and ran out of time. So, as compensation of sorts we sought out the Imperial Castle Kaiserburg, and it was well worth the effort! ...

Today is Nuremberg

A travel blog entry by jeanniek

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... tasting as well as a guided tour of the town. Well I didn't get to do the taste tour of Nuremberg I slept instead poor Valmai had to put up with my snoring.i am not feeling a lot better but hopefully tomorrow will be another story.only have two photos of Nuremberg as I have'r left the boat ...

Day Trip!

A travel blog entry by abryan124

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... had anything to do with the mistreatment of another human being. Unfortunately, I don't think they really punished them hard enough. The museum was really informative but I had enough museums for 1 day! I went back to the train station but the next train back wasn't for another 1.5 hours so I walked around the old town. Nuremberg is a really pretty city and I had a great time exploring the old section. Then again, it is hard to know what is "old" here because ...

 

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