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  • Day13


    October 2 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 9 °C

    A rainy day greeted us in Nuremberg. Had a few hours free time in the morning, followed by a guided tour in the afternoon. A lot of Nazi history here and of course home of the Nuremberg Trials.

    Places of note being the Nuremberg Castle, St. Lawrence's church, Nazi party rally grounds, and Zeppelin Fields.Read more

  • Day11

    Afternoon and evening cruising

    August 18 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 30 °C

    Making our way to Vienna. Afternoon and evening cruising the Danube and through our 1st lock, more to come. Great meal, excellent wines, fun table companions and the best chef! Then up to the top level for star gazing, Limoncello shots and passage through the first lock.

  • Day16

    Nuremberg by day

    August 23 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 23 °C

    Full day at our last stop along the Danube River. So much to see, to learn, to eat & drink. Ended our tour with pretzels and beer (or wine) before we head back to the ship and our farewell dinner.
    It has been a wonderful trip, great learning experience and new friends and coworkers.

  • Day16

    Farewell Nuremberg

    August 23 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 21 °C

    Final dinner, drinks and photos. Everything was wonderful. Memories captured in photos to share with family, friends and to intrigue others to travel on a Viking River Cruise. Great way to see so much with unpacking only once. Thank you Barry Johnston and Viking for this amazing experience!

  • Day10

    Day 10: Nürnberg

    July 18 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    After a night on a couch that feels like the Queen of England's bed, we get ready and have breakfast with Silvia, sharing hilarious anecdotes (she is really funny). Today, we will ride our bikes around a park with a lake, and have our picnic/dîner (at a Québecois time) with her.

    Nuremberg's bike lanes are really well-organized and drivers here are very patient with bikers, so our way there is really enjoyable. We check out the horrible and cold architecture of the buildings that used to be the wonders of the Nazi madness- and that now are nothing but forgotten stones next to a lake where duck families swim alien to human nature.

    We enjoy our meal in the park, and after that we head to the city centre again, where we walk around during our last hours in the city.
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  • Day55


    August 20, 2016 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    Parking up at a small and crowded (but free) stopover on the outskirts of Nuremburg we took the tandem along the well signposted riverside cycle track 3km into the heart of the city.

    Being a Saturday the place was heaving. We came across a busy market with red and white striped stall covers in the church square. Its stalls led up the street and across one of Nuremburg's many low red sandstone bridges towards the cathedral. Whilst the cathedral was very grand with its towering stone steeples, intricate carved decoration and stained glass windows, the memorable thing about Nuremburg is its series of bridges. Unlike many of the German cities we have visited, the River Pegnitz isn't navigable for large cargo ships or cruise ships and so the bridges are low and frequent. Many have arches and stone carved detail that we could get close enough to appreciate as we walked along the bank.Read more

  • Day12

    Nuremberg (Germany)

    August 26 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    Tour to Nuremberg Old Town.. This beautiful German, medieval Old Town is home to a 1000 year-old castle, to the famous Nürnberger bratwurst and Franconian beer. Nuremberg is also the second-largest city in Bavaria.
    For centuries, Nuremberg was the undeclared capital of the Holy Roman Empire.
    When Adolf Hitler came to power, Nuremberg became the heart of Nazi rule.Read more

  • Day9

    Day 9: Nürnberg

    July 17 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 9 °C

    Notre modeste expédition hispano-canadienne envisage aujourd'hui arriver à Nürnberg vers 15h. Pour cela on devra se réveiller vraiment tôt (vers 5h45). Cependant, par des raisons liés au terrain ou notre tente se localise je ne pourrai pas avoir un sommeil décent- et cela pèse sur le mood du binôme pendant la journée, car je suis de loin le plus festif des deux. En allant vers la gare, on croit voir un bébé scorpion.

    Malgré ça, Amé est vraiment douée pour trouver des trucs qui peuvent remonter mon état d'esprit. Après de prendre un train qui peut parfaitement contribuer au 25% des émissions de CO2 globales, elle prend l'initiative pour nous conduire jusqu'à un café à Jesenice (Slovenie) où tout coûte vraiment peu et le café est vraiment bon. On a l'impression qu'au delà de ce merveilleux endroit il y a peu de trucs qui se passent dans cette ville.

    Avec un peu de retard, on arrive dans cette ville allemande qui nous plaît beaucoup dès le premier moment. On rencontre notre host de couchsurfing (la fantastique Silvia) et on passe la soirée en connaissant les trucs plus typiques de la culture bavaroise: histoire de goûter les glaces, bières et saucisses locales. Avec les anecdotes superbes de Silvia (Amé est tellement bouleversée par elles qu'elle percute une lampadaire sans se rendre compte) on termine cette longue journée assez crevés.
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Nürnberg, Nuernberg, Nuremberg

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