Moevenpick Hotel Nuremberg-Airport
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... in the world, has no debt & a big budget surplus, also Switzerland for monetary reasons.
In 1992 it changed from European community to European Union the main requirements were single market, single currency & political cooperation. There are no 28 countries in the union, main conditions were human rights, market economy, treaties.
To make up time we have been dropped off to catch bases into Bamberg while ...
Dragan informed us that he had arranged 2 bases for a trip to Regensburg while the boat cruised up, off we went, guided walk though town established in 500BC, one of Germany's best preserved medieval cities. Walked by the 12th century stonebridge with a tower & an old salt barn. Walked through the Porta Pretoria or stone walls entry to an ancient Ronan fort, now town, dated 179AD, the amazing cathedral ...
... when everyone met for lunch at Heilig -Geist- Spital where we enjoyed lunch consisting of soup, Sauerkraut and german sausage complimented with white wine.
Following lunch we are free time until 3pm when we had to meet the bus to transfer us to our new ship the Viking Magni where we would continue the remainder of our trip to Budapest.
The bus trip took 3 hours ...
And so we had arrived at our last day and obviously, being us, we were keen to leave no stone unturned in terms of seeing local sights.
We reported for duty at "The Benedict's" and were given GPS coordinates for our first objective. We loaded Hildrun in the car, who provided a audible guided tour of all things relevant to our the terrain across which we travelled, and set off. We arrived in the Pottenstein region and went for a walk with the intention to ...
... Zeppelinwiese) where Adolf Hitler held his annual Nazi Party rallies up until 1938 drawing up to one million people to the city.
WW11 played a major role in the city's history. Most of the city was destroyed by bombing.
The historic buildings have been restored and mostly rebuilt with the original materials.
Our coach passes by the Court Buildings where the ...