Ringhotel Loew's Merkur
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- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Heated pool
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... a swamp. On the far side of the Pegnitz was a small walled town. Below where the castle now stands had lived a hermit and a chapel built. Two communities grew.
In between, on the swamp, there was a Jewish ghetto. Where the Church of our Lady now stands they built their synagogue.
But the two towns grew. They needed a market square, space to expand and join together.
Between 5 and 7 December 1349 at least 562 Jews - women and children as well as men - ...
... not have been fought by one person - it has become part of international law. All the particulars can be researched. The city has allowed the courtroom to be open on the weekends for a few hours for tours. The guide is hoping they will add more days. He said the younger children are learning about WW2 in school now and the Nazi/German issues, the older generation - his parents and grandparents - ...
For all the time we lived in Germany, we never went to Nuremberg. From what we saw there on this trip we were sorry we didn't. The old medieval downtown area was simply enchanting. What is interesting is the the Emperor never lived in Nuremberg, even though there is a huge castle there. It is a walled city complete with moat and towers at the four corners and a river running through it. Of note the moat was never filled with water and ...
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This afternoon we cruised into Nuremberg, the city where Hitler held many rallies, and where the Nazi Trials were conducted after the war. Almost 100% of the city centre was destroyed in 90 minutes of bombing during WWII. Nuremberg has a pop of 500,000, and it was a big trading town dating back to the 11th C.
It's impressive medieval buildings were completely rebuilt using the original stones, after the destruction from the war. We visited the ...
... walk to our hotel, the A&O, which is a sort of hostel/hotel. It seems that given the majority of the clientele seem to be teenagers that it is more hostel than hotel. Even though it was cheap, a few extra euros would have got us a room in one of the other budget hotels close by which would probably have been more our style. That said, all we did was use it as a place to sleep and for that it was not too bad. Our visit this time coincided with the annual Easter Market. This is not ...