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... Fortunately i found my way and went up to Kaiserberg, the home of the Roman Empire in Nuremberg. I walked through the open rooms of the palace and through the museum. The museum was quite good, very interactive. I then went up the Sinwellturm, which gave beautiful views despite the cloudy weather across Nuremberg. Photos in the display showed the district before and after the bombing of Nuremberg during ...
... and would have a quick chat every now and then
... Germans (of course), Russians, Chinese, Japanese, French, Americans (or maybe they were Canadiasn), and on and on. It was awsome and overwhelming all at the same time. Oh and the best line we heard was utterd by a fellow speaking English with some kind of accent …. “the English girls are the easiest”.... OK then.
By 5:30, Cheryl and I decided to head back to our hotel. Now that we had a feeling for the place, we could pick out a hall tomorrow and try ...
... your dragon 2." We all loved it.
We couldn't visit Bavaria and not take the kids to the famous Neuschwanstein castle. This is the castle that Walt Disney used as inspiration for his iconic Disney Land castle, and has now become Disney's logo. Caroline and I had visited Neuschwanstein when we were in Germany to see my father in 2001, and both of us had fond memories of it. The castle is a two hour drive from Munich, half of which is ...
... we laughed up all those flights of stairs when one of the students yelled, "Come on guys, we trained for this!!" They were thankful for the luggage Olympics we had a school just 2 months ago and all of our warnings of traditional European hotels. We began the day with a trip to Dachau - the site of the first workers camp during Hitlers reign and the model for the other concentration camps. Dachau was created specially to first hold enemies of the state - communists, ...