Moevenpick Hotel Nuremberg-Airport
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... Nuremberg Trials were held. Courtroom 600 was where the trials of the Nazi criminals were held. It is still a working courtroom today. The coach stops at the "Burg" (Castle). The castle was built in the 11th century and the city's medieval walls were completed in 1452 with a total of 126 towers.
We leave the coach in the Market Square. In the Market Square is ...
... complexes, the Cathedral (dating from circa 1007) and New Residence (circa 1697) in the Domplatz area and the St Michael's (circa 1015) in the Michaelsburg area. Both are on top of hills overlooking the historic town centre, although what goes up must come down and back up again if you are walking between the two of them. A bit of exercise is however good for you and of course you may build up a thirst for a beer. The very ...
... a table in your way. It hurts. That was the only class I went to, and I then went and sat in the library until Lukas finished school. I continued reading my German for Dummies guide, fried my brain once and for all, and then got talking to a lovely girl about travel. Also, today we sold the cake I made yesterday! Sah pretty! Lots of people liked it too, which put my faith back in cooking. After Lukas came back from class, we went and met ...
Today was my first full day in Erlangen and like all nomads visiting friends do, I went to school. Not because I had to, but Lukas was going so Kai and I went too. First off we had English class, in which I actually understood it...who would have guessed English class would be taken in English? After English, Kai went to another class, Lukas had class and I sat in the library drawing and frazzling my brain with German for Dummies. It's a confusing language. It was here that ...
... shops as well as Durer’s house. There was a huge food fair taking place in the main square which contains a beautiful Gothic fountain. It was time for a beer before heading back to the coach for the trip back to the boat- a memorable day.
The evening was rounded off nicely by some local opera singers who came aboard and gave a really excellent performance of light opera and Sound of Music ...