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... us by at least an hour but Lee was relatively happy to sit and watch as water filled and drained from the lock, it's quite bizarre. The ship had a talk entitled 'the Rhine-Mine-Danibe Canal' which was quite interesting (but not interesting enough to get Lee there). As well the low bridges mean the warning siren goes off at regular intervals and makes for much conversation although I can't see anyone losing their head or ...
Today we arrived in Nuremberg after a seemingly long train ride. We are staying in a hostel very near the Köngistraße (main shopping street) which has lots and lots of shops and tourist attractions. We had a short explore of the Marktplatz today and visited lots of stalls. Although, the city is HUGE and it's quite easy to get lost...
It was quite hot today but most of it ...
... square. Fall Festival time and Oktoberfest time have made it a very busy place here. Glad we aren't going to Munich. Darius got sick a couple of days ago and is trying to sleep off the head cold he has. I'm desperately trying not to catch it. We'll see how it goes. The Viking Cruise people have all gone on their way to various places and the ...
... of the lock masters who are striking from Monday. Not sure what is going to happen to the ships now trying to get through Germany!!!
We ended a perfect day dining in the aft restaurant which seats 24- and the chef turns on quite a culinary show. Superb food. Overnight we sail to Aschach in Austria.
forgot to mention the June floods - the Danube rose to 15 metres - which means it rose 7 metres - utter devastation with slime and sludge ...
... taken to Auchwitz and survived. Her testimony for the prosecution ( Robert Jackon) was so graphic many in the court room had to leave being physically ill. Our guide also said he felt the trials in the Court of Justice was the birth of International Law.we passed the hotel where A Hitler stayed during the rallies.
nuremberg is also the host of the worlds biggest annual toy fair. In the Middle Ages it ...
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