Ibis Nuernberg City am Plaerrer
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Perfect and cheap for a weekend in Nürnberg!
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... going about their business. After a bite to eat Greg jumped on his bike (can't stay away from it even on a rest day) and bombed around. Ended up at the Nuremberg Trials Memorial which is the Court House where a lot of the Nazi leaders were tried and then hanged. They had it coming!! It was the first time in history that a regime had been brought to account for war crimes. Dinner tonight was bratwaust, sauerkraut and beer; good wholesome tucker. Another interesting day on ...
Lovely day again although the programme said there was a 60% chance of showers in the afternoon. Excellent guide today. When the tour was finished we could go back to the boat or skip going back for lunch and get picked up at 3pm. We decided on the latter. First thing we did was get a "bier" und ein "eischokolatte". We were so full after that we decided not to bother going for a meal and just have a sandwich later before returning to the boat. It was really hot. 26 ...
... a boost. A tram back to the centre and then onto the underground to head the opposite direction towards the court where the Nuremberg Trials were held. A map reading error took us past the station we needed and out to suburbia. And so we turned back the way we had come and eventually, with the help of a local, found our way to the court. Like the Documentation Centre, the building now houses a museum on its top floor, although ...
... 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 ...
... Nuremberg is one of the biggest tourist draws today.
A large complex of buildings outside Aldstadt (Old Town) was built as a courthouse. It was the venue of the Nuremburg trials starting in November 20, 1945. The Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson of the United States of America was the main plaintiff in the main Nuremberg trials and recommended this site for the trials for several reasons. The courthouse was large enough to accommodate many people, 530 ...