Ibis Nuernberg Hauptbahnhof
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... to death. The synagogue was destroyed. The towns were united. Nuremburg became the centre of the Holy Roman Empire.
After the Church of our Lady was near demolished by allied bombing in 1945, it was rebuilt in the early 1950s. It was restored in the 1980s the altar designed to remember the persecution of the Jews and the original synagogue.
Today the altar reflects the shape of the Jewish menorah, with a Torah beneath. The new Nuremburg.
... at the Nuremberg shipping area around lunch time. Nice green spaces around the dock for biking and walking. We boarded the coach around 1:30 for the WW2 tour. Luckily we did not have to drive far. Our guide was great, he works at the Documentation Center and gives tours all week for school children from all over Germany. Our first stop was the Zeppelin Arena (not sure of the exact title) but ...
... was never attacked. While 90% of the city was lost during WWII due to the bombing, I believe the old town was relatively unscathed and the restoration was well done.
A large area of the downtown is a walking district, with stores, shops, and markets. We can only imagine how fun it would be here during the famous Christmas Markets. After the guided tour we had some free time to walk the streets. I promptly purchased a gluhwine and ...
... the Nazi Rally Grounds where Hitler held many rallies. Very eerie; much of it is still intact, although some parts were demolished as a symbolic gesture
Jim and Bill had a taste (0.5 litre!) of Dark German beer, Dunkle Weizen - very nice. A local told us there are 300 breweries around Nuremberg and Bamberg.
After dinner we were entertained on board by an excellent singer who sang songs from most European countries - a nice change from Pieter the resident entertainer...
... probably call it emotional eating but it was great! I had a couple of beers whilst watching football at the hostel - pretty chilled evening. The next morning I decided to get up and walk down the river bank to where the Nazi Trials were held - when I got there the main court room was closed as it was being used (they still hold hearings in this court) so I deemed it not worth seeing and I'll go back again when it's open. I really ...