Moevenpick Hotel Nuremberg-Airport
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... art work was hidden during the war. I recognized the spot from the movie, too. The men retrieved some famous pieces from this underground store room.
Speaking of underground, while we were touring the city, our guide told us there were lots of beer breweries right underneath us! These were used during the war, too...as bomb shelters. Nuremberg was bombed almost completely during the war, but only 6,000 died (a ...
... It's not glamorous, however. On the ocean cruises, you get that large atrium upon entrance, glass elevators, show rooms, a casino, a pool, and bling everywhere. Not here. It's a nice lobby entrance, but smaller and plainer. It's quiet. There is no pool area. I like it just as much, though. Less pressure to be glamorous!
There is only one seating for every meal, and dress is casual. There is one large dining room, but they also serve ...
Weather sunny and mild. We left Glattfelden at 930am to Schwabach. Experience the Autobahn in Germany with no speed limit, some cars went really fast, 180/200km. I sat at around 140 which is pretty fast! Traffic was good and we arrived at Schwabach about 3 pm. We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express which is just ...
... 80 offices and courtrooms. It was well preserved after the war when ninety percent (90%) of the city was destroyed. Among the defendants were the Nazi leaders such as Hermann Goering , Rudolf Hess, Ernst Kaltenbrunner, Joachim von Ribbentrop, and architect Albert Speer. Another reason for the use of Justice Hall was it's close proximity to the prison where the defendants were being held. Allies built a tunnel from the prison to the court to protect everyone; prisoners, ...
... Our guide, Connie, was a sweet University student who is studying German and French in order to teach. She worked us slowly through the city and up the mountain to the Cathedral. She shared the love story of Heinrich and Kunigunde. They spent their time together, working for the town and never had any children. After our tour, we looked for a bank and a place for Orrean to try the smoked beer. After finding both, we also tried a ...