Travel Blogs from Nuremberg
... 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 ...
... to create an opportunity in which those who had suffered during the Holocaust could confront those who caused that suffering. It was to create an environment where they no longer had to feel like lesser beings. It was to create the possibility that those who had acted so violently in the name of National Socialism would realize that their actions were destructive and criminal.
That slight chance one could realize the fault in his actions is so vital ...
On our way to the city of Bonn, from Munich we made a slight detour to Nuremberg (or Nurnberg, as the Germans say to find a castle. We had planned to visit the famous "Disney castle" Neuschwanstein, about 2 hours from Munich the previous day, but got stuck in traffic and ran out of time. So, as compensation of sorts we sought out the Imperial Castle Kaiserburg, and it was well worth the effort! ...
... tasting as well as a guided tour of the town. Well I didn't get to do the taste tour of Nuremberg I slept instead poor Valmai had to put up with my snoring.i am not feeling a lot better but hopefully tomorrow will be another story.only have two photos of Nuremberg as I have'r left the boat ...
Rainy and cold today. We are cruising all morning to Nuremberg and passing through 3 of the biggest lochs in the world. 25 metres deep. They are the most amazing engineering feats and we all crowd to the front to take photos. Jeans and pullovers are the order of the day today....1st really cold day we've had. Hope we don't have too many I won't have enough clothes. We slept in too which was lovely...first time for ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Agneshof Nuremberg
Excellent location, very courteous and friendly staff, clean and functional accommodation (except no aircon) and the best breakfast going. Only $88 AUD via Agora an absolute bargain. Stay nowhere else!
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