Ibis Nuernberg City am Plaerrer
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... through some even smaller side streets until we decided to stop for lunch. We picked a restaurant located in the main square to enjoy our meal. As we ate, the church bells rung and soon we spotted the first bride a groom of the day. What a fabulous location for a wedding! After a leisurely lunch we decided to check out the Town Hall Tower. First you climb a spiral staircase, then it becomes ...
... stories about people (both those involved and those that it affected) A must see as Nurenberg was where the Nazis were headquartered. After that it was the boys practice time and the beautiful FC Nurenberg training grounds. What an outstanding facility. The field(s) were perfectly groomed and the boys got to train with one of the trainers. After that it was off to dinner at a local place where we enjoyed some beer, bratwurst and ...
... landmark, a beautiful castle built starting in the 12th century that took approximately 400 years to build! After viewing the castle, it's grounds and the great views of the city that it provides we decided it was time to start heading back. Of course we got lost trying to find the parkade! What we did find while searching for the parkade was the Nurenberg red light ...
... when dealing with 19 teenagers! Tomorrow is our first full day - I think a visit to the Nazi Museum is on our agenda, as well as a stroll through the old city centre. Highlight of my day - having a glass of German beer, I'm not a beer drinker, but this beer could turn mine into ...
... building of a modern canal to connect the two river basins again, but it took over years for the project to come all the way to completion. This new canal system has only 30 locks and is now used by all of the river cruise boats in service, and is also used for barge traffic to ship goods and supplies. The German citizens question whether the cost of the canal was worth the utility. The 106 mile long canal connects the Black Sea with ...