NH Nurnberg City
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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2015 started on a preety negative way for me: I got a severe cold and wasn't able to do anything I had planned for like a week, got maany many things pending and plenty of exams to worry about. However, despite all that, I know this is going to be one of the BEST years of my life and won't let anything destroy my excitement!!!
My journey starts in Nürnberg, my study ...
... They lasted a week and attracted nearly 1 million people to Nuremberg from all over Germany.
We finished the tour with gingerbread and coffee in a Bier Hall in the city. The gingerbread (called Elisen Lebkuchen' is famous in Nuremeberg. It is a light, heavily spiced sweet flat biscuit often coated in chocolate.
Ros bought some Christmas tree decorations in a souvenir shop ...
... our different stops. In the B&B's there are usually timed lights, so that a few minutes after you hit the light to go up the stairs it will go out. Next, in hotel rooms, you need to insert your key card in a slot near the door to be able to use the light switches in the room. When you leave you take your key card with you and the lights go out. Brilliant! I've seen this in most of the hotels I've stayed in around the world, but sadly never in the ...
... of us, There were buildings, boats, a harbour, moving cars, buses, trains and trams. The Star Wars indoor display was cool. As soon was we entered a life size lego R2D2 was moving and talking the way he does. I especially enjoyed seeing the life-size lego model of the X Wing ship and all the Star Wars characters. The X wing had all the sound effects of the engines powering up and glowing red. My favorite ride was the green dragon ...
... characters, The Blakes from the West!! Directly opposite the fountain is the church known as Frauenkirche, a Gothis building built in the 1300s, replacing a Jewish synagogue, which was destroyed during the 'pogrom'. The church contains many sculptures, some of them heavily restored, as well as many works of art from the middle ages. Charles IV wanted to use the Frauenkirche for imperial ceremonies, reflected in the porch with ...