We are back to the Rally Grounds. There is a massive Volksfest going on right now so most of the place is taken up by rides and parking and concession booths. However, the Zeppelin Field is wide open and unoccupied. The Zeppelin field is the size of 12 football fields and it used to hold […]
Dokumentationszentrum in Nuremberg is a museum which houses a permanent exhibition called Fascination and Terror. The exhibition traces the history of National Socialism, Nazi Germany and the rallies held in Nuremberg which was considered to be “the most German of all German cities” by Hitler and his supporters.
It’s 8:00 pm and it’s 28°C outside – a perfect evening to explore the city in a convertible. We are unleashing the fury of Volker’s Audi S5 on the town. This car is beautiful and seeing the city with the top down gives you different perspective. In Nuremberg you are never more than a 5 […]
Visit to Volker’s Mom
Today we went to visit Volker’s mom for a Sunday lunch. She lives on the other side of Nuremberg in a beautiful home with a pool, backing onto a huge park and some impressive trees. The most prized possession in her garden is a heritage peony flower that grows more like a shrub with wood […]