Last December I got to take a great trip to Nuremberg with the thirteenth graders. We left very early in the morning and didn't get back until very late (I think it was after 10:00 pm).
We started with the Nazi party rally grounds (Reichsparteitagsgelände) where there was an excellent museum in the incomplete Congress Hall. We also had an outdoor tour of the grounds, including the Great Road and Zeppelin Field. It was really cold that day, and I did not wear appropriate foot wear. My shoes were not protecting me from the cold, even though I was wearing double socks.
We also watched Triumph of the Will (Triumph des Willens), a Nazi propaganda film by Leni Riefenstahl. Apparently it is illegal to sell or show it Germany today, so the museum had to import a copy from England.
After leaving the grounds, we went to the Nuremberg Christ-child (Christmas) Market (Christkindlmarkt). There were good chances to shop here and I bought some presents, along with some food and drink, especially Glühwein (mulled wine). There were some amateur musical groups, especially brass bands. Again, it was quite cold, and I had to warm up in a grocery store for a while. Should have bought some boots.
Along with some of my travels to other places, you can see some of my photos from that day here.