espressotel

Address: Schumann Strasse 16, Nuremberg, Bavaria, 90429, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nuremberg

The Bergs!

A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 09, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

... enjoyed touring Nuremberg. We drove through the Nazi party rallying spot called Zeppelin Field, and saw where Hitler gave many of his speeches at Congress Hall. Our tour guide was a cute young guy who was just about to become a teacher! His name was Patrick, so I instantly liked him :) He told us that the Germans refer to that period of time in their history as the Nazi period and that it was the Nazis, not the Germans, who were ...

The Ship

A travel blog entry by mitdianem on Sep 08, 2014

17 photos

... your room everyday with bottled water, but there is nowhere to buy a quick snack on board. When you leave for the daily excursions, they do hand out bottled water to take with you, complimentary. But there is no shop for sundries or drugs on board, just a small gift shop...so if you've forgotten the toothpaste or you need an aspirin, you have to buy these things from the pharmacies in the towns that you visit.

As we've experienced on ...

Drive to Schwabach

A travel blog entry by klooser on Sep 08, 2014

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Weather sunny and mild. We left Glattfelden at 930am to Schwabach. Experience the Autobahn in Germany with no speed limit, some cars went really fast, 180/200km. I sat at around 140 which is pretty fast! Traffic was good and we arrived at Schwabach about 3 pm. We stayed at the Holiday Inn Express which is just ...

Nuremberg, Now and Then

A travel blog entry by storylady7 on Sep 06, 2014

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... Nuremberg is one of the biggest tourist draws today.
A large complex of buildings outside Aldstadt (Old Town) was built as a courthouse. It was the venue of the Nuremburg trials starting in November 20, 1945. The Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Jackson of the United States of America was the main plaintiff in the main Nuremberg trials and recommended this site for the trials for several reasons. The courthouse was large enough to accommodate many people, 530 ...

True love will last!

A travel blog entry by storylady7 on Sep 05, 2014

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2014-9-5 Bamberg, Germany
One of the loveliest Greman towns, Bamberg extends across seven hills and is bisected by rivers and canals, with an atmospheric jumble of crooked lanes and medieval buildings and a skyline punctuated by church steeples. Its history-steeped center is home to the magnificent 11th-century Bamberg Cathedral and everywhere you go is filled with romantic charm. We walked 15500 steps today going through this ...