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... on there. Mmmm. We loved this place last year, check the blog at http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/anne.nathan/1/1371749812/tpod.ht ml
Funny, all the banks are closed. We asked the lady at the Toy Museum if it was a Public Holiday and she said no - but it is!
Saw these great artistes (or is it one and a dummy) in front of Lorenz Kirche; went inside St Sebald's Church which was badly damaged during the war and has ...
As yesterday evening we left the Danube and entered the Rhine-Main-Danube canal, we arrived early today at the 'continental divide' known as The European Watershed. It is at this point that water flows either north to the North Sea/Atlantic or south to the Mediterranean/Black Seas. Our downhill journey now started with a series of 3 locks, each with a drop of about 90'. This was quite impressive. As ...
... extraordinary. We got a huge grilled pork knuckle (like a lamb shank) with the meat falling off the bone. An immense plate of food and a huge local beer each. Couldn't quite mange it all but killed the beer. There was music playing, the service was excellent. All and all a great recommendation by our hosts. Slept early but not so well the jet lag kicking in. Stayed at Wohnen mit Herz B and B. €66.. The breakfast here was ...
... and space inside is rented out to local contractors for storage. Every single aspect of these structures were designes by Hitler to make him look good. The displays in the museum were sobering and emotional but the current residents of Nuremberg should be commended for thier efforts to use these places for positive things like music and culture. They do not hide from or ...
Breakfast comes with the room. A nice selection of meats cheeses and breads. Scrambled eggs are available as well as sausage and bacon. We ask the older hotel employee if they have another room for tonight but they are full. She calls another hotel for us and we book a room around the corner at Burg Hotel. We drop our things and take off to explore the historic city center. Burg Castle has amazing views and at the bottom a nice little garden bar where we enjoy a beer. ...
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Perfect and cheap for a weekend in Nürnberg!
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