U Zlatych Nuzek (At the Golden Scissors)
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... the latter). It’s hard to share this with people, I don’t think they understand and I often detect an undertone of "oh, but you’re so lucky, how could you complain?!" We are lucky that’s for sure, but it’s certainly challenging at times. We had some delicious ridiculously cheap Asian noodles for dinner at the food court and I was already feeling so much better.
Back to the hotel for some R&R…it had been a long day. ...
... that impressive, however in 1410 when it was first installed - it was a master piece. In fact the clockmaker, Hanus was considered "too smart" for his time and legend has it that the king thought he would recreate it somewhere else and blinded him! As revenge for his blinding, Hanus walked to the top of the tower and jumped into the central tower, breaking down the clock completely. Unfortunately no one could fix it for over 100 years!
... and headed off on my own. I stopped for pizza, which was thin and sort of greasy, and minestrone soup which was amazing. After getting a bit lost, hopping on and off trams, I finally found my way to Andel where brandi's apartment is. I got home at 2:30, Brandi at 3:30. I passed out for several hours before Brandi urged me to rise and go to dinner. We went towards Center accompanied by her roommate Bianca. Brandi wanted to try a very beautiful restaurant ...
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... has been in progress since 1945. We continued to Nuremburg, a city in the German state of Bavaria, in the administrative region of Middle Franconia. Situated on the Pegnitz river and the Rhine–Main–Danube Canal, it is located about 170 kilometres (110 mi) north of Munich. It is the second-largest city in Bavaria (after Munich), and is the largest in Franconia. The population as of December 2011, is 510,602, which makes it ...