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- Continental Breakfast
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... Symphony Orchestra and some Ambulance outfit. It looks like they use some of the grounds for rock concerts etc. The planned Nazi Centre would have covered 11sqkm and it would have been magnificent; in an ugly sort of way. It was then back to the Old Town where we walked up to the top where the Castle is. Another engineering marvel but many centuries before the Nazis. The Old Town is just a great place to wander around as there's always markets, buskers, beggars ...
... and an icecream we were all feeling a bit weary so it was back to the hotel for a rest. Dinner tonight (Stew & Al's pick) was at Ginger Japanese Restaurant which was superb. Four pers had the Bento Box, the others had a variety of salmon, beef and chicken dishes. None were disappointed, both in quality and quantity of the meals. Another great day on tour, tomorrow we explore ...
... for mornos. And we found it at Hassfurt; a great bakery/deli/coffee shop that met everyone's needs and tastes. We rode though several medieval villages today with picture perfect half wooden houses and more flower boxes than the Chelsea Flower Show. Zeal am Main, Sand am Main and Eltmann warranted a look, even if it was only a ride-by. It is estimated that Cycle Tourism is worth 240 billion Euros a year to Europe ...
... of the boat and had an amazing view. As the boat was passing by a line of fishermen's houses, there was an older man who was picking flowers. He brought the flowers over to his wife, who was standing in the window. It was so sweet! After we passed by the houses, we could tell we were starting to head out of the town. This is when the tour got interesting. We headed out of the town and went ...
... 228;nde) which are eleven square kilometres big and served as the backdrop for the National Socialist Regime. Nüremberg was chosen for the location of these grounds as it was considered the 'most German of German towns'. The centre walked us through a visual history of the rise and fall of Hitler and his Regime. It was a fascinating morning, although it would have been great to be allowed to go into the grounds and feel their vast nature. It was certainly a ...