Nuremberg’s Castle and Cave

Posted by Pat on September 12, 2021 in Travel |

12 September 2021 One reason for immediately liking Nuremberg is I love old walled cities. Nuremberg Castle and city walls represent a formidable medieval defensive system. During the Middle Ages, the castle was one of the most important imperial castles of the Holy Roman Empire. Today, refreshed and caffeine reinforced, I am ready for the […]

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Nuremberg – Part Zwei

Posted by Pat on September 11, 2021 in Travel |

11 September 2021 It’s an easy walk to U1, getting ticket and then figuring direction of travel. About 10 minutes later I arrive at my destination: Memorium Nuremberg and Palace of Justice. It is a huge complex but the Palace is closed today, Saturday. My real purpose is to visit the site of the infamous […]

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Nuremberg

Posted by Pat on September 11, 2021 in Travel |

10 September 2021 When traveling, one so often discovers ways we, meaning my own country of the United States, could do better. Certainly when it comes to mass transit and trains, there is a lot we could learn from the Germans. Using their DB Navigator app, I easily booked my train from Munich to Nuremberg, […]

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