Ibis Nuernberg Hauptbahnhof
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... and famous fountain known as "Schoner Brunnen". "The Beautiful Fountain" is a 14th century equisite architectural work with a height of 19 meters. The beautiful churches of Saint Lorenz and Saint Sebald provide a beautiful backdrop to the city. Main Square is also the bustling shopping district.
Today is market day with stalls selling all kinds of merchandise ...
... Chinese before going to circus. It was basically a free jam session for a couple hours, and they had a chair! Well something of equal height, which mean I spend my entire time upside down and most of it inside out too! I was fairly tired by the end of it, but it was great to be back upside down with space to know I'm not going to kick a bowl off the table or something. Although I did get dropped a couple of times. We went back home for a ...
... covers are in Australia. You can guess what my facial expression did when I heard we were going to eat my duvet. But they were wonderful! Absolutely huge. But wonderful. I actually don't know how I fitted it all in my stomach, but I was rather sleepy when we were waiting for the bus after that. I was using Kai as a wall because I'm pretty sure if I tried to stand up on my own the weight of my new stomach would have had me sitting down in minutes. When we got home, Kai and ...
... it. How we ended up on our way back to Cologne when we were supposed to be heading towards München is beyond me. The car ride was magical though. Germany must have known I was coming because no further than half an hour along the road (well back roads we ended up taking because we have no clue at all) and everything was white. Snow covered everything! The roofs of houses, the cars...it was like a wonderland. And I couldn't stop smiling! And laughing! I was having ...
... chocolates. There was some interesting sculptures. Most of the city was destroyed in 90 minutes during WWII but most historical buildings have been rebuilt. Some more beautiful churches to see. Back to ship for dinner and entertainment by Zwaa Striezi (Bavarian music) and of course each night is night is completed with Gabor. Funny how when he is finished playing/singing he has to vacuum (Hoover as he says) the lounge.
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