Landgasthof Am Marktplatz

Address: Marktplatz 3, Pegnitz, Bavaria, 91257, Germany | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Marktplatz 3, Pegnitz.
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Travel Blogs from Pegnitz

Day in Nuremberg

A travel blog entry by holidaysisters on Sep 08, 2015

... lunch went for a walk to the old part of town and nothing was open we ended up finding a restaurant just across the road from our hotel had a weinerstchnitzel Chips and salad with 3 beers today we also had an dessert yummy went for a walk to the grounds to show Maryanne and Janet the grounds where hitler did his rallies then back to the hotel for some r and r and pack our bags ready for tomorrow of to ...

Nuremberg - Continental Divide

A travel blog entry by judyjohnson1234 on Aug 31, 2015

4 comments, 5 photos

... daily briefing today , she said she would announce over the intercom when we get to the Continental divide. She said we would see a wall will lots of Grafffiti on it. The side I saw didn't have any . Unless I blinked! The photos of afternoon tea today were for Zoe, she told Tricia to take some photos of sweets. Thank goodness we did not know that happened each day. OMG Usually if we aren't out we are nana napping. Must get to bed, love to you all. ...

Monks drink beer too

A travel blog entry by vanderwanderers on Aug 30, 2015

8 comments, 8 photos

... what: they are both great. The rest of the menu had the same focus on simplicity. Everything was schnitzel. You could have your schnitzel fried, baked, prepared like they do in other regions aka "Nürenbergnmnnnnk. ,, art." (Editors Note: art means "style" in German.) My strategy here was to ignore everything, pick the item that looked easiest to say, and be surprised. Orders turned out very well, as did the beer. After lunch, we cracked open a ...

Nuremberg, Germany

A travel blog entry by billandjudy on Aug 28, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... where the Nuremberg trials were held. After which, we returned to the Imperial Palace (castle) which dates back to 1050. For over 500 yrs, the castle was the residence for the kings of the Holy Roman Empire. The old town and castle are encircled with a 3 plus miles long wall which has 80 defensive towers. We walked though part of the castle and then down a steep cobblestone walk into ...

A pleasant day on the river

A travel blog entry by docsmyth on Jul 10, 2013

10 photos

... busy day, we slept OK. The plan by the captain was to make an early start to try and beat the rest of the boats as we had to go through a large number of locks today, and it is easy to get held up if there are boats ahead of you. So I didn't hear it but he snuck out at 4.30am. Fortunately for us, so far, the strike has been uneventful, as they have brought in management staff to man the locks. However that could all change at any time but so for so good.

Shirley just ...