Moevenpick Hotel Nuremberg-Airport
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Fri Oct 24 Staying with the family. Woke up this morning feeling horrid so opted to spend the day in bed. Rob is fine so he headed off for some sightseeing, into Nuremburg and the to Gabbys parents for lunch. I got up about 3pm, felt a bit better but didn't last long. Back into bed at 8pm. Rob went to a soccer match in the evening, Furth against Frankfurt, with the boys, their team didn't win unfortunately :(, but they all had a few beers and a great time ...
Thurs Oct 23 Woke up this morning feeling terrible, feels a bit like a flu and a cold all in one :(. Downed a berrocca and some panadol and packed the bags. After a light breakfast we headed to the airport in all the traffic!! Finally arrived at our departure terminal. Charles De Gaulle airport in Paris is huge! Checked in and headed to the gate, after we took most of our clothes off at the scanner/security checkpoint!! Flight to Nuremburg was a bit ...
... bombed cities with the original building materials and make the new look like old has preserved these medieval cities for posterity. Being on a River boat within easy sight of shore at all times is an exciting experience. You never know what's around the next bend. Swans, ducks, herons, have all greeted us. Container boats are usually seen on the ocean; here they travel the rivers. Cruise boats are a ...
... system that allows us to travel from Amsterdam to Budapest is a technical wonder. This ship actually has a wheelhouse that lowers when going under a low bridge. Don't stand up suddenly. One unusual occurrence was floating over a highway. That usually happens the other way around, but this is a man made canal, the Rhine- Main-Danube Canal, through this stretch out of Nuremberg to Regensburg. This particular stretch has 16 locks so you don't have to ...
... Hitler made one of his many inspirational speeches rallying the troops. We continued onto the medieval part of the city stopping at the Imperial Castle. The Imperial Castle was built in the 1100's and had a huge moat surrounding it. During the war it was fortunate to escape the bombings and only had slight damage to it even though the rest of the city was almost wiped out with 75% of the city reduced to ...