Maritim Hotel Nurnberg
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Mödlareuth aka 'Little Berlin', the village that was split in two by the Iron Curtain. The wall that's left standing is part of an open air museum. We watched a little (weird) movie about what it did to the town, quite sad really. They filmed the wall being destroyed and I loved how jubilant everyone was when they finally brought the bloody …
Nuremburg, ill-famed for the huge torch-lit, nazi mass rallies in the 1930s and the post-war trials.
You can still see the site, on the edge of town, where literally more than a hundred-thousand uniformed nazis at a time were the propaganda back-drop for Hitler's intimidating showpieces. Today most of theatrical staging - linking the nazis to the emperors of medieval Nuremberg the - has been demolished. A museum explores the theme of the "fascination and ...
... 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 ...
... exactly as I had remembered.
When we returned to the ship in the evening we were welcomed by a German band - enjoy the music.
If anyone I know comes to Germany, I would highly recommend visiting Nuremberg.
You will notice in the pictures that it was getting dark. The reasons are we changed our clocks back on Sat and the ship was delayed on arrival due to a traffic jam and wait at the last lock before ...
Dry and cool, perfect weather for touring. We are only halfway through our River cruise, and we have seen and done so much. Early this morning we crossed the European Continental Divide via a series of 25 high locks, and we now start going downstream into the Main River then the Rhein. We are not allowed on the sundeck until we reach the Rhein because the bridges are so low. An academic from a local Uni gave us a presentation on the
See info on the Canal at ...