Ringhotel Loew's Merkur
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Banquet room
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... my friend Mirela did a roadtrip and ended up there for two days, which definetly wasn't enough. Can't wait to explore more of the beautiful country and hopefully, of the places around it. Anywayyys... until that happens, I gotta take care of a few little ''small'' things and try to keep my excitement to a moderate level.
AMSTERDAAAM! here I come!!!!
CRUISING DAY - Main Danube Canal / Continental Divide / Nuremberg
We cruised today along the Main (pronounced Mine) -Danube Canal linking the North Sea to the Black Sea crossing the European watershed. The canal links the Danube to the Rhine waterways and was made in the 1990's. Sixteen locks along the way are lowering us now almost 25m at a time. It's -1 degrees outside and the land ...
... really help with water use. On our train rides we've seen a ton of solar panels and wind turbines across the country side. Tons of individual houses have solar panels covering their roofs as well. Even in a cloudy country solar power can really be beneficial. And we've seen it get super windy over here too! Yay for alternative energy sources! We love the light switches over here! That might sound silly, but we've seen a couple of smart light ...
Today we started our day with a nice walk outside the wall of the city. The castle that we wanted to tour didn't open until 10 o'clock so we looked up other activities and decided to go to a cemetery. It sounds a bit strange, but it was for some reason rated as the number two activity to do in Nürnberg. It was only about a 15 minute walk from our hotel, so why not. It was neat to see how much respect was paid to their lost family members. Almost ...
... full support behind him. As a result, the NSDAP found a strong foothold in Nuremberg, and to Hitler, it seemed appropriate that this place should be used to glorify his party and gain more support. And so Hitler submitted his plans for the rally grounds, which included a Coliseum, a road for marches, a great field for demonstrations (complete with a massive podium), stadiums, and recreational centers. It was literally meant to be a place ...