nuremberg and where we stayed that i dont know where

Nuremberg Travel Blog

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the next day we took  a car we had rented down to nuremberg - a town near there which i think was altdorf, will find out and amend - to meet some german girls my american friends had met in thailand.

the autobahn is fun, most is speed restricted now but lack of cameras, police/everyone speedning means it doesnt mean much so you go as fast as you like (we got the better of 120mph/200km)

really nice town with a strong student base due to the university. our hostess was amazing and very gracious in letting us stay and showing us around and generally putting up with us.

we were introduced to friends of hers and we went for strolls through the park and town, sipping hot chocolates and browsing shops, sampling local chocolate.

the evening we cooked together as a group and proceeded to play alot of drinking games as more and more people arrived, we ended up going to a club. alot more that cant be put down for reading but can be seen through facebook photos ;)

the next day we drove to nuremberg to have a look around the city. most of it was bombed but alot of history remains with the city wall, water towers, churches and the castle which gives you a very impressive view.

you cant help but feel your following the stereotypes as you eat bratwurst whilst walking the cobbled streets and looking at the bavarian housing features. it was lovely, something a very warm jacket is needed for. well worth a visit, frankfurt perhaps not so much.

might do the same next month. whose there? :)
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photo by: Morle