Novina Hotel Sued West Park
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This morning we left Weimar and headed for Nuremberg. We reached the Palace of Justice first where court room 600 is. Unfortunately the court room was closed to the public today, but we had a look through the exhibition on the Nazi war crimes trials. It was very interesting and a lot of information to take in. It went through the trials from Nazi Germany and also the Pacific War. The exhibition informs visitors about e ...
... Beer Experience, Beer tasting. The meals are fantastic and hopefully I will have some money left to go to a health farm to detox from alcohol and food when I get home. Monday 6th we are in Nurnberg today and visited visited the WW2 museum. It is interesting heating the German people talk about Hitler and the Nazis as complete idiots. The museum was amazing with a running commentary matching the images. also went to the Palace of Justice, ...
... still has trouble coming to terms with the concept of sailing a ship over a mountain. The attached pic of the storage tanks is were the water is taken by gravity when the lock is emptied and then returned to the lock when a ship is going the other way. This particular lock is 25 metres deep. Today we went on a walking tour of Nuremberg,s old medieval town which still has the fortifiied city ...
... with the toys. The next day I wandered around the town following the old town wall to The Imperial Castle. I didn’t go into the castle itself but had a nice walk through the gardens, and there are parts you can get to which provides views over Nuremberg. The weather wasn’t great, so most of the city was covered with clouds. In the afternoon it began to rain so ...
... gentle slope. It is 1,332 m (4,382ft) above sea level.
Nazi Party Rally Grounds - Following Hitler's declaration in 1933 that Nuremberg should be the "City of the Nazi Party Rallies", it was decided that monumental buildings be built for the NS mass events on a suitable open area of ground. What remains of the buildings still covers about 4 square kilometres of this area today.
The Zeppelin Grandstand and the Zeppelin Field were built on the Zeppelin ...