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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Had a discussion not board about the European Union & it's history, challenges & chances, the legend started when a man loved a lovely lady "Europa" he changed himself into a friendly bull & finally managed to convince her to ride away with him...you can often see this symbol.
In 1952 there were 6 countries & over Te years several term joined up. Two countries remained independent, Norway which is 1 of the ...
... Kitchen), one of Germany’s oldest restaurants.
Cruising again, had a talk on the Main (pronounced mein) - Danube canal, finally finished in 1992, up to the highest lock in Europe it's summit reaches 406km, locks all 12mtrs wide & 190mtrs long so boats have been built to fit. When built they allocated 20% of the budget for beautification, cost of moving transport basically is 1 ...
Today we arrived at Nuremburg after spending the morning cruising through the Main-Danube Canal. This engineering marvel stretches 106 miles from Bamberg on the Main River to Kelheim on the Danube River. Begun as Charlemagne's dream in 793, it was completed in 1992 with 16 locks that raise the water to 1332 feet. Connecting the Main and Danube River today it enables ...
... portion which provided much enjoyment for the children.
Next stop theTeufelshoehle which is a large cave we were able to walk around in underground for some time examining the many stalignites and staligtites lit up with many LED effects. Followed by the Sommerrodelbahnen run which we all had a lot of fun on for several runs and followed that up with some ice cream of course.
Rudiger and Nayja had to leave us then....but not to be limited in ...
... the car, head into the city, and worry about the hotel later. The hotel is about 2.5 miles from the major sites but just a block from the U-Bahn (subway). It was super easy to figure out. There are five lines--just like Max! We got off at the Hauptbahnhof (train station) and started walking the city. Aunt Marge is a Rick Steves fan, and we brought Rick along with us (his book anyway) to lead us on our walking tour. Nürnberg was a walled city once upon a time, ...