Arvena Park Hotel
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... art work was hidden during the war. I recognized the spot from the movie, too. The men retrieved some famous pieces from this underground store room.
Speaking of underground, while we were touring the city, our guide told us there were lots of beer breweries right underneath us! These were used during the war, too...as bomb shelters. Nuremberg was bombed almost completely during the war, but only 6,000 died (a ...
... Autobahn. We went for dinner in a Gasthof in the historic Altstadt. Sitting outside overlooking the Stadtplatz we enjoyed dinner. Leonie had Kalbsbraten and I had Zanderfillet. With that some nice German beer and wine. After dinner we went to the beer garden where the locals played western music. Great ...
... 80 offices and courtrooms. It was well preserved after the war when ninety percent (90%) of the city was destroyed. Among the defendants were the Nazi leaders such as Hermann Goering , Rudolf Hess, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Joachim von Ribbentrop, and architect Albert Speer. Another reason for the use of Justice Hall was it's close proximity to the prison where the defendants were being held. Allies built a tunnel from the prison to the court to protect everyone; prisoners, ...
... the noise and crowds from the event, but well worth it. When all was said and done, we headed to the nearest "pub" to have some tasty German beer (blond) and special Nurnberg sausages! Then we came back to the hotel and collapsed! Tomorrow we plan to see a little of Wurzburg and then head out to our stay with our German Exchange student's family just outside of Stuttgart.
That is how they spell it here, with an umlaut over the u. We sailed for a few hours overnight and were docked in Roth, pronounced Rowt, by breakfast time. At 8:30 we boarded a coach for the half hour drive into Nurnberg for a city tour. We saw the medieval walls and towers surrounding the city and parked by the main square. We gradually walked up the hill to the castle and then back down ...