Ibis Nuernberg City am Plaerrer
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Perfect and cheap for a weekend in Nürnberg!
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This morning we left Weimar and headed for Nuremberg. We reached the Palace of Justice first where court room 600 is. Unfortunately the court room was closed to the public today, but we had a look through the exhibition on the Nazi war crimes trials. It was very interesting and a lot of information to take in. It went through the trials from Nazi Germany and also the Pacific War. The exhibition informs visitors about e ...
... bit different to the medieval night at the castle. this was interesting after walking up the side of the mountain, steps and cobble stones. Saturday 4th big day today and hot weather forecast 37. Technical STop at Wurzburg not sure what that means, probably because we got off and boarded a bus to Rothenburg down the Romantic Road to Rothenburg not the motorway, beautiful scenery with all the field of sugar beet, wheat, barley. And it is ...
... a deep moat. First we went to The Burge ( castle ) built in the 11th century and the city wall was built in 1452 with a total of 126 towers. Overlooked by this castle, Nuremberg was the place for the first meeting of the newly crowned emperors in the Middle Ages. Most of the city was completely destroyed in during WW11 ( in about 90 minutes ) however they rebuilt the old historic buildings using ...
... with the toys. The next day I wandered around the town following the old town wall to The Imperial Castle. I didn’t go into the castle itself but had a nice walk through the gardens, and there are parts you can get to which provides views over Nuremberg. The weather wasn’t great, so most of the city was covered with clouds. In the afternoon it began to rain so ...
... try when we get to France. After dinner, we went to the German National Museum (free after 6 pm on Wednesdays!). The museum has artifacts ranging from pre-historic to modern times. We saw some clothing from the 1700s, old garden statues, and really fancy sleds; more religious icons, statues, and tapestries; an exhibit of apothecaries and medical tools; and more. We wandered about killing time because we really didn't want to go back to the hotel. Finally we decided ...