Moevenpick Hotel Nuremberg-Airport
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25km, 14-26deg, cloudy but fine. Poor old Nuremberg was punished for being Hitler's favourite city and the centre for his Nazi regime. The allies bombed it mercilessly leading up the the end of WWII. However the Germans are a resilient bunch so over the decades since then they have re-built this place to somewhere near its former glory. The city centre has a lovely mix of old and new and the Old Town walls from the 15th century are just about fully intact. After a ...
... take a look at the city centre of Furth, but that was just malls and shops so we didn't stay. We arrived at the motel at 2:40pm and after some washing and a shower (carried out concurrently) we hit the lovely old walled city of Nuremberg. Some of the 14th century walls and watchtowers remain intact to this day and being Germany they are beautifully maintained. After a couple ...
... like salami. About this time most of us were hanging out for a nap so it was back to our rooms to catch some z's. Dinner was at the Smoked-Black-Beer-Pub, traditional German food, sauerkraut, bratwaust, boiled pork-belly, and roast pork shoulder etc, all very yummo!! No one had any more smoked black beer; one per day is plenty. A short wander, and icecream dessert for some capped off a very satisfying and enjoyable day. Gute ...
Matt was finally back home from his business travels, so we decided to take a day trip to Bamberg. It was only about a 2 1/2 hour train ride on the ICE train so we headed out Saturday morning. We arrived in Bamberg about 11am and set off to see what "Little Venice" had to offer.
The River Regnitzarm runs through the center of Bamberg which is where it gets its nickname "Little ...
... 4 hour drive to Nuremberg to board the cruise vessel. Pretty uneventful drive through the countryside, crossing into Germany - we had a tour guide on board who gave us some commentary which was useful if not inspiring. We had a refreshment stop about halfway through and then boarded the Panorama. We were shown to our stateroom (no ordinary cabins on this vessel, please) - very luxurious and will do us quite nicely! Quite ...