Hotel Luga

Address: Gabelsbergerstrasse 49, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90459, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Mitte area of Nuremberg, is near Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Handwerkerhof, Lorenz Musik, and Eva's Teeplantage.
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Travel Blogs from Nuremberg


A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Jun 11, 2015

1 comment, 16 photos

... going about their business. After a bite to eat Greg jumped on his bike (can't stay away from it even on a rest day) and bombed around. Ended up at the Nuremberg Trials Memorial which is the Court House where a lot of the Nazi leaders were tried and then hanged. They had it coming!! It was the first time in history that a regime had been brought to account for war crimes. Dinner tonight was bratwaust, sauerkraut and beer; good wholesome tucker. Another interesting day on ...

Day visiting Nuremberg

A travel blog entry by danutastephen on Jun 06, 2015

22 photos

... now. Sipping a champagne cocktail while watching us going into one of the REALLY deep locks. Decided to have another while in the lock and might even have a third when we are sailing out of it. Sounds like a good plan. Gala dinner was terrific. Hope I still have the energy to dance this evening. Danced all evening. Lots more people up dancing than usual. But it was so hot. My makeup was melting! Went out at 2330 for a breath of air before bed and ended up being ...

Bleak history, followed by art and crafts

A travel blog entry by tessvines on May 22, 2015

7 photos

... horrors of the camps, but the main focus is on the corruption of German society and the actions of Hitler and those close to him. There are examples of nazi propaganda, posters, videos and examples of school children's work. There are also interviews with both survivors of the camps and Germans who grew up under the Third Reich. One woman spoke of the competition she and a friend had one year to see who could see Hitler the most times. ...

Rain, rain, go away!

A travel blog entry by ames73 on May 20, 2015

6 photos

... hill paved with cobblestones, and feels very medieval to me. Like the churches, the castle was also bombed during World War II and has been rebuilt, but not restored to its former glory. And like the castles we saw yesterday, it also houses a museum. This one had two major exhibits--one about the Holy Roman Empire and its reign over Germany, and one about armor and weapons from about the 1500s to the 1800s. We concluded our tour with Rick at that point and just ...

DAY 68

A travel blog entry by billyrubes on May 04, 2015

... Grabbed a map and was told it only took 20/30 minutes to walk to the farthest place I wanted to go. Great! I can do this all in one day, or half a day. I walk and visit everything I wanted to and then realize how beautiful this city is. Not as many tourists as you would see in the big cities either. It's fantastic. I eventually am hungry and try to find this vegan/vegetarian restaurant I had researched beforehand. And I found it! But they ...