Gasthof Klosterle

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

Medieval town and Bird Poop

A travel blog entry by monicasvacation on Aug 09, 2014

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... our lovely GPS took us in circles yet again!) we decided to go to the old town for dinner. We went to a great German place for done bratwursts and sauerkraut. We sat at an outdoor table under the trees. Big mistake. Huge mistake. The local pigeons decided we were their target practice for the evening. Not once, not twice but, three times they showered us with gifts! All in all, it was a fabulous ...

Practice @FC Nurenberg and Nazi Rally Grounds

A travel blog entry by monicasvacation on Aug 08, 2014

... stories about people (both those involved and those that it affected) A must see as Nurenberg was where the Nazis were headquartered. After that it was the boys practice time and the beautiful FC Nurenberg training grounds. What an outstanding facility. The field(s) were perfectly groomed and the boys got to train with one of the trainers. After that it was off to dinner at a local place where we enjoyed some beer, bratwurst and ...

Historical Centre

A travel blog entry by monicasvacation on Aug 07, 2014

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... What a lovely centre it is! Completely pedestrianized. We walked and admired the old architecture. We found the old St. Lorenz church and entered it. The church was just about demolished during WW2, the old photos that show the destruction are very haunting. The people of Nurenberg managed to come together and rebuild. We then walked on up the hill to the Kaiserburg, ...

Travel Day

A travel blog entry by monicasvacation on Aug 05, 2014

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What a long day! Right now it isn 1130 pm here in Nurenberg, after a long flight (non-stop Vancouver to Frankfurt), then a 21/2 hour drive to Nurenberg, finally at the Novotel Hotel! Trying real hard not to succumb to jet lag we made the boys stay up as long as possible, not ...

Nuremberg, Germany

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 04, 2014

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... tour of the city this morning was very interesting. We toured the Nazi Rally grounds, which were built by Hitler to be a replica of the Coliseum in Rome, but 1.5 times the size, and were never finished. The exterior is made from granite, but all of the interior construction is of brick. The stadium had the capacity to accommodate over 50,000 people for pro-Nazi rallies.
Next stop was the Zeppelin field, so named because ...

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