NH Nurnberg City
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... and aftermath of the Nuremberg trials. Next we went to the Documentation Centre and the Nazi Party Rally Grounds.tis was also very interesting and gave information on how Hitler came into power along with the control he had over the German people and the Nazi Party. One interesting video shown, showed Goerring during the trial stating that he and Hitler did not have any knowledge of the Jewish exterminations. One question that ...
... Rudensheim where we visited Siegfield's Music Cabinet, followed by a cable car ride then sat at a pub trying to keep cool before returning to the boat. the music cabinets were beautiful and very colourful playing music. the usual shop where you can buy music boxes which are lovely. The morning sailing was peaceful watching the villages castle, churches, castle, church's pass by. Friday 3rd sailing again this morning to Miltenberg ...
... 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 ...
... on the boat, we went back to the Old City section of the city which we had been driven through earlier in the day. Although 90% of Nuremberg was bombed during WW2 and has been rebuilt in modern style, the Old City retains much of the old and has some very interesting features These include the city wall with its four towers, one on each of its four corners. The moat still exists but ...