Moevenpick Hotel Nuremberg-Airport
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... that came to light today was even though there were many assassination attempts on Hitler, even if one of them had have been successful, it doesn't mean everything would have changed. Maybe they liked Hitler's beliefs but not the way he did things. For all we know, they may have been worse than Hitler. After arriving at our hotel room, we went for a walk to the Market Square and the Old Town. We also had dinner at a Bratwurst ...
... the lounge with Zither player (need to google Zither instrument to hard to explain) Anyhow he was amazing. a big afternoon followed attending a piano recital, 17 q18 century pianos and classical music which was fabulous. the pianos were on three different floor and climbing the stairs challenges your fitness. later we all met at a Winery for a barbecue dinner and entrainment which was great. a family band mum, dad and two sons they were ...
... stone. We visited the the ground where the Nazi Party Rallies took place. The concrete stands that surrounded the arena and the elevated box where Hitler gave his speeches are still in place, they are now used for rock concerts. We then went for a walk around the old city marketplace and purchased some of the famous gingerbread. After dinner we had a 60s dance party in the lounge and went to bed very ...
In the morning I caught the train to Nuremberg where I spent a day and a half wandering through the city. The afternoon of my arrival I made my way to the Spielzeugmuseum, Toy Museum, where I spent a few hours learning about the history of toys. It was a really interesting afternoon, the only thing I didn’t like was that I wasn’t allow into the children’s play area ...
... of buying dinner but instead opted for the sit down meals area in the supermarket itself (this was a bit like the David Jones food court) where we had a delicious Asian stir fry with lots of veggies. YAY!!!! And I enjoyed a Budweiser beer.
Back to the hotel where I sit blogging on the bed, with David fast asleep beside me. Better wake him up or he won't sleep tonight! So glad we came to Nuremburg. Another tiring but great day.