Gasthof Pension Rangau

Address: Nuernberger Straße 19a, Langenzenn, Bavaria, 90579, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Nuernberger Straße 19a, Langenzenn.
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Travel Blogs from Langenzenn

A day in Nuremberg

A travel blog entry by jszakacs on Sep 27, 2014

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... and control his followers. another portion of the tour was of the courthouse where the famous Nuremberg trials took place when the senior principals (those still alive) were put on trial. Doug and I enjoyed a meal lunch of Bratwurst and schwienshock (slow roasted pig nuckle) while the ladies shopped and visited e sights. Oh yes we also enjoyed a ...

Bamberg,Germany

A travel blog entry by jszakacs on Sep 26, 2014

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... market and dozens of eateries and pubs.one of the locally produced beers is a must to try.At first taste it is as if someone dropped an ashtray in your beer but it soon grows on you. Many Bratwurst and ice cream stands so no need to go hungry. Bamberg also has a wonderful cathedral and bishops ...

Day Nine

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Sep 26, 2014

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A later morning allowed a sleep in which was greatly needed and well received. Breakfast was then delicious which started the day off really well.


We went to the Nazi Rally Grounds, designed by Speer. Most of the planned buildings weren't finished but we had a nice walk around and I stood where Hitler stood. We then went to a museum there which was incredible and followed Germany through the entire war and pretty ...

Nuremberg

A travel blog entry by fitchett on Sep 26, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... piles of wood (firewood), hay and even a few animals, (cows, sheep and horses). After Murnau, the valley opened out and we went past a lake (Staffelsee), before proceeding on to Weilheim and Tutzing, and then on to Munich.

On arrival in Munich, we set off along the platforms, looking for trains that might be going to Nürnberg, and got onto an ICE train that was going direct, and which was due to leave ...

Day Eight

A travel blog entry by jamestug on Sep 25, 2014

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Today we drove to Nuremberg, the scene of the trial as well as the Nazi rallies, by bus. This trip, said to be 4-5 hours, took seven. I had a kebab and a gelato for lunch as well as another kebab that a boy bought for me as he didn't want to order in German. I did for him and therefore he shouted me a kebab. The theory with kebab stores is; the more dodgy they seem, the better the kebab.


We finally arrived at the justice court, location of ...