Le Meridien Grand Hotel Nurnberg
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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 ...
... for the Queen of Hearts and the story got changed to 'a little bit of Lisa' instead of 'a little bit of the other' We then got down to business..I needed to cook a cake for a sale tomorrow, and we all needed some much needed circus time. I went about baking my cake, the one that got me "outstanding" in a cake thing in 2009. We all went outside then. Them with their clubs and balls, me with a chair. I needed to stretch so much! Wow...a long time without it and I am ...
... There was one more gift to unwrap too, as Rasmus and Lukas had thought it appropriate to tie a ribbon around me and my arms...I couldn't move. It was very strange being 'unwrapped'. And then we drank beer and Mulled wine, and ate sweets and cakes and talked about EJC, and how I am going to make it to the 2016 one and times gone by. I know its the end of February, but I had snow, mulled wine, good food and great friends today... So can I please call it Christmas?? Lisa ...
... in the place!
Before we went to the Beer Hall we had visited Court 600 and the museum that went with it. It was well worth the visit. Of course, steeped in history and information about WWII and the trials themselves and how this lead to the formation of the International Court in The Hague. It was a long walk but worth every minute.
I am now curious to see Nuremberg in the summer without the Christkind Market, because that is one BIG square. ...