How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... rally grounds where Adolf Hitler held his annual Nazi Party rallies up until 1938 drawing up to 1 million people to the city.
WW2 played a major role in the city's history. Most of the city was destroyed by bombing. The historic buildings have been restored and mostly rebuilt with the original materials.
Our coach passes by the court buildings where ...
I no longer agree with the phrase 'I didn't learn anything in class'. Today I went to Chemistry class with Lukas. Yes, there were few words I understood, but I did actually learn something! I learnt my numbers better, I learned about H2O and about chemicals. I wouldn't trust myself to be in charge of anything with chemicals but I did learn something! I also learnt that when you go to hit someone on the leg, it's worthwhile checking to see if ...
... Once the cake was out, it was time for Kai and I to get ready. Lukas had a driving lesson tonight, so Kai and I were going to Rasmus's place for dinner. Not that I could fit anything in after lunch. We had burgers, sat in a swinging chair, laughed, met his girlfriend and juggled. It was so much fun, and I got to try another type of beer. These guys, all of them, are set on me trying the whole of Bavarian beer in the space of three days. If I didn't know they were mad ...
... two cookies please. But I said please instead of Bitte. :( I went to kai (who was right behind me) and told him of my mistake so he could set straight what I wanted to the confused server. But what came out his mouth not only confused all of us further but made no sense whatsoever. It was a disjointed mix of English and German in an order that I cannot pick. I for one, found this far funnier than necessary and laughed a lot. Then we were back on the road and heading ...
... 1937; Rows of columns flanked the central section of the main spectators' stand, which was 300 metres in length, reminiscent of the Pergamon Altar on which it was modelled. The Zeppelin Field could accommodate up to 100,000 people. The main stand and the side stands provided seating for 60,000 spectators.
Nuremberg Castle is a historical building on a sandstone rock in the north of the historical city of Nuremberg in Bavaria The castle, together with the city ...