Moevenpick Hotel Nuremberg-Airport
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... in plenty of time as it was only a 5 minute slow walk. Caught an RE train to Crailsheim and managed to get across the platform to the RE to Nuremberg. There were lots of walkers and bike riders on the train to Crailsheim. We got to Nuremberg at 10.18 - great!! We planned on going to the Nazi Rallying Grounds.
Got to the hotel and could go to our room straight away - another great. Then we asked about the Rallying Grounds and there was/is a ...
... We did enjoy a pastry and coffee/chocolate at "the best bakery in town" - yummy!! We ended our day at dinner with new found friends, Jim and Catherine, who were celebrating their 40th anniversary. Also at the table were Asa and Pam, another interesting couple we've enjoyed visiting with. Tomorrow we are in Wurzburg, which we understand May be even more interesting. And, rumor has it, the shops will be ...
... grounds. Instead, we had an excellent bus and walking tour of the old city. This is a great place to visit. The castle was particularly impressive, as were the city walls. Sadly, our free time was too short to visit the Toy a Museum, which looked quite interesting. We did visit two churches -one Lutheran and one Catholic, and the city market. There was an Italian festival underway and we ...
... but they were very full as this is a holiday weekend in Europe. After leaving the car and making sure we knew where to come back to we set off wandering around with the crowds. Stopped at a sausage van and had a yummy bratwurst in bread and mustard. So good. Although this is a Unesco town it is also very much a lived in and working city so lots of regular shopping precludes the walk into the much older quarter. At the top of ...
... a smoked dark lager that tastes like bacon. Onward for a walk around the city centre. We've noticed that Easter is a big holiday here. Lots of decorations in store windows, in the hotels and at residences. We've also noticed there is a lot of spray paint in Germany. Everywhere, even in the "nice" areas. Most of all we notice people are staring at Nicks beard. It's to the point where we feel very conscious of who is around. They are not fun and playful looks, ...
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