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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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... the pace of my study program, I will do an abroad internship AND an exchange semester, which means one COMPLETE year of new and exciting experiences!!!
Not 100% sure about my exchange semester, but the internship is sure all settled. I will spend 6 months in Amsterdam, at PVH (Tommy Hilfiger&Calvin Klein), further-exploring the retailing and fashion industry. I have no ...
... There are over 9 breweries in the town itself and 80 in the district. Bamberg has the highest consumption of bier per capita in the world.
Back on the ship we had a late lunch and enjoyed a lazy afternoon while we cruised on to Wurzburg into the afternoon and overnight.
Food as always is spectacular and tastes just as good (see photos). Food and its service is of a quality we have not come across before. It will be hard to go back to 'Lean Cuisines' back ...
... falling (photo). After lunch we took the WW2 tour seeing Hitler's Nazi Party Rally Grounds and Room 600 where trials against Nazi officials convicted of crimes against humanity were conducted. Most of Nuremberg's old city buildings were destroyed by bombs during the war. We finished the tour with Gingerbread and Coffee in a Bier Hall in the city. Ros bought some Christmas tree decorations Ina souvenir shop ...
... small group of people. If you wanted to eat at this restaurant you had to squeeze in! It was a lot of fun and a German woman that we were sharing our table with struck up a conversation about accent differences in the US and Germany. I had a trout that was baked in horseradish butter with potatoes and Jonathan had a pork flank steak with mushroom sauce and frites. We both of course had half liter beers. It was probably the best, and ...
... 5 minutes into the tour Leo started chucking a tantrum ( a new trick that he has learnt in Europe). So Doug and I had to get let out if the cellars to placate the boy. At least Leo was happier later in the day and after stealing some of our cherry cake, he allowed us to visit the railway museum so that Doug could look at the old steamers. It did take us several bog laps around the museum, plus plenty of pantomiming before we found the ...