Ibis Nuernberg City am Plaerrer
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Departed this am on a city tour of Nuremberg.This city was headquarters for the Nazis in the 1930's. Did a tour of the huge parade ground used by the nazi's when they held their giant rally for 8 days once a year from 1933 to 1938. The museum built in the unfinished home of the Nazi party was truly thought provoking as it dealt with the manor used by Hitler ...
... put us in Austria and at the House of Hitler's birth. Rather uneventful, the house has a plaque out the front. Debate rages in Austria as to whether the house should remain, become a memorial or museum, or be demolished.
Back to the bus for a another long time, Macca's for dinner. The sad thing is we've gone to Maccas in every single country so far. Mr Stewart would be proud of this great globalisation ...
... We noted that there were three organs in that church and in this case size mattered – the biggest organ being the best.
We wandered back via the railway station to reserve train seats for tomorrow. We had dinner in the evening back in town at a local pub with David having a local specialty, sauerbraten and Marion little sausages and mustard sauce on red cabbage. This was all washed down with beer. ...
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 ...
... that our family has baked since the late 1800s is still enjoyed all over upper Austria, and its specialty with using the herbs of the surrounding environment keep it cornering the market.
It was great to visit with family and hear stories of my grandfather in the place where he grew up. It was great to imagine him running through the ...