Ibis Nuernberg City am Plaerrer
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Perfect and cheap for a weekend in Nürnberg!
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... where I sat on the couch practicing my card trick, and Lukas played piano. At one point I went up and played a little bit too before coming back to the couch and showing Kai my trick. Lukas's fami took us out for dinner tonight, so I got to try typical Bavarian food and proper beer. I even got to ask for the beer on my own. It just would have been useful if I called it Keller Beer rather than Heller Beer. It was lovely to spend time with ...
... the place to ourselves because the whole family was out. So we curled up on the couch with the cutest cat in the world and learned card tricks and just talked. It was actually one of the best afternoons I've had. Lukas came home and went straight to the piano and began playing, which was beautiful and completely added to the card tricks on the couch. It was hilarious, the way we told the stories to go with these card tricks, but my favourite part was when the 'other' card ...
... first time seeing houses and fields covered in snow. Kai was having a blast watching me, because for someone who grew up in Germany, the sight of someone who hasn't seen this before must be quite something. We kept going on the Autobarn at ridiculous speed (170km/h!!!) Until we pulled into a little gas/food station for lunch. We decided to see if there was seating inside and on the way I found a tiny bit of snow sitting in the curb. So from that you can probably ...
... Canal - Continental Divide. This is part of the continental divide in Europe,
on the Main-Danube Canal (Main-Donau-Kanal) in Germany. It is near Hilpoltstein, in Bavaria. Up to this point (traveling east), water flows to the Rhine River and ultimately into the North Sea. Beyond this point, water flows to the Danube River and into the Black Sea. Much of the Continental Divide in the U.S. is in high mountains. At this point, the European continental divide is a gentle ...