I admit our breakfast wasn't nearly as fabulous as in Prague, but I'm glad. If I ate breakfast like that every morning, I'm sure I wouldn't be able to button my pants when I get home. I did enjoy the fruit and bread though. Jenny and I of course had to splint a chocolate croissant, which I'm going to have every day here in Europe. I love them, so I'm going to enjoy them while I'm here. Peter our tour guide has a hot Hungarian accent which I totally have a crush on. He is awesome and has been so fun to talk to.
*91% of the buildings in Nuremburg had damage from being bombed in World War II.
*Gingerbread is a popular treat in Nuremburg
*A monument is a place that is honorable.
*Hitler practiced his speeches in front of a mirror and took pictures of himself doing so.
*There are about 3000 Jews in Nuremburg today.
*My dad will dance when the prize involves German Candy.
*We have to go through 11 barges to get to our next stop which are up to 8 feet high.
*In Germany you can drive as fast as you want on the freeways, except for buses they can't go past a certain speed even if they put the pedal to the metal.