Hotel HerzogsPark

Address: Beethovenstrasse 6, Herzogenaurach, Bavaria, 91074, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Beethovenstrasse 6, Herzogenaurach.
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    Travel Blogs from Herzogenaurach

    Bamberg and Wurzburg

    A travel blog entry by tbphoto on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... peoples. In 1928, after finishing his monumental work, Mucha bestowed the cycle upon the city of Pragueon condition that the city build a special pavilion for it.

    Day in Nuremberg

    A travel blog entry by holidaysisters on Sep 08, 2015

    ... lunch went for a walk to the old part of town and nothing was open we ended up finding a restaurant just across the road from our hotel had a weinerstchnitzel Chips and salad with 3 beers today we also had an dessert yummy went for a walk to the grounds to show Maryanne and Janet the grounds where hitler did his rallies then back to the hotel for some r and r and pack our bags ready for tomorrow of to ...

    Nuremberg - Continental Divide

    A travel blog entry by judyjohnson1234 on Aug 31, 2015

    4 comments, 5 photos

    Hope you are all well at home. Today we went thru some really deep locks on the Main-Danube Canal. 3 were 24.70 m in height. The room goes quite dark as the ship is in the lock, then it slowly rises as the water pours in. I went and had a shower and when I came out it was still dark. Takes a good half an hour. We are now over the Continental Divide and instead of water poor ing in to the locks it will come out as we go down the other side of ...


    A travel blog entry by billandjudy on Aug 29, 2015

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... ride into the older part of town. We were then joined by local guides for a walking tour. Guides are provided for groups of approx. 25 - 30 people. This seems like a large number, but we each have a audio-vox receiver with an ear bud so we can hear the guides up to 50 yards away allowing the group to spread out. Bamberg suffered very little damage during World War II so the old town has Europe's largest group of existing historic buildings. One of the ...

    Flags - waving. Feet - marching. Brains - changing

    A travel blog entry by hughescruise on Aug 18, 2013

    5 photos

    Today was our World War II Historical Tour. Our first stop was the famous Nazi Party Rally Grounds. This was the sight of the rallies held by Hitler to further his propaganda machine. It is easy to imagine the tens of thousands who gathered there to hear and see Hitler. The large field was the sight of the many marches to honor their leader.
    We then visited the Documentation Center ...