A day in Nurnberg

First.. Nurnberg is about 1:30 by ICE (Inter-City Express) train to the north of Munich. Even on a rainy, mostly cloudy cold day, it’s a nice ride. Hell, you don’t have to drive and/or worry about much at all.

Our first endevour of the day was to peruse the Christmas Market. It’s BIG! Loads and loads of Christmas paraphernalia. It’s really hard to imagine all the stuff that you can buy.

Second stop was the museum. O.K., political rant now. If’n you’re a Bush fan and completely believe the hype… stop here; otherwise, read on. The more I learn, from the Germans, about Hitler and the way that he and his administration used media, intimidation, retoric, more media and so much more, the more that I’m convinced, someone in the White House has been reading a lot about the way the Reiche came about. “The whole don’t think for yourself, do what I tell you”, “If you’re not with me, you’re Anti-American”, and so on crap. O.K., some of that off my chest.

Link to the pics that we took in Nürnberg (see if this works)… http://www.kodakgallery.com/Slideshow.jsp?mode=fromshare&Uc=krnad75.4ndv01e9&Uy=tv99rt&Ux=0

Suffice to say, the museum was cool, but it got Kera and I talking politics a bit. Man, are there a few things about the states that we don’t miss. That’s one of ’em.


Imagine, we’re standing about roof level (there once was one) above where hundreds if not thousands of loyal Nazi’s once saluted an incredibly scary Demigod.

Anyway, back to the point of this blog. We had a nice trip to Nurnberg. On the way home, Kera helped me with my homework (Hausaufgabe).

I’ve just found a stash of old email addresses… therefore, I’ve added a few new people to the list. As always, let me know if you don’t want to see this Blog. FYI, it’s usually, not politically oriented. 🙂

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Published by: wunnspeed

What does one say here. Hmmm. First, I'm a "trailing spouse". Kera, my wife, works hard and keeps us afloat. I work... not nearly as hard and contribute enough to let us have fun. Oh, I also make bags for bikepacking under the name of SpoK Werks http://www.spokwerks.com I'm an English Teacher (English as a Second Language) here in Germany. It's an amazingly rewarding thing to do. I'd never have believed it until I'd tried it. I also make bikepacking bags under the name SpoK Bags. Just search for us in Flickr. We're adventure nuts (i.e. cycling, travel, life, friends, etc.). We attempt to live each day as fully as we can manage.

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