Visiting Nuremberg Castle in Historic Nuremberg, Germany

My 2014 summer excursion around much of Europe left me simply amazed at all the great history that is quite literally around every corner. No exception was the city of Nuremberg, Germany. Everywhere I went, the old had melted into the new like they had never been apart. This city really is something to see and I really enjoyed the…

Read More→

3 Weeks Traveling Europe – Learn to Travel Like the Pros

Extended travel scares the hell out of most people. I’m not pointing the finger here, I used to be in the same boat. The excuses not to travel are endless (believe me, I’ve used them) – kids, finances, work, danger, the plague, civil war and aunt Thelma’s not doing very well these days and could go at any time. You…

Read More→

Nuremberg – The Epicenter of Nazi Germany

In 1933, Adolf Hitler decreed that Nuremberg would be the “City of Nazi Party Rallies.”  Today, Nuremberg, Germany is much different than it was in the 1930s and 1940s. Nuremberg today is a beautiful Bavarian city with immaculately clean streets, large avenues walled by quaint Bavarian style homes and buildings and a cosmopolitan feel that is welcoming and progressive. If…

Read More→