On my last day in this unique and historical town within an advanced country, it was with a heavy heart as I took a glimpse of the little town once again to bid goodbye.
And of course, capture them into memory cards for my own reminiscence forever...
In the late afternoon, there are stalls set up along the streets in the town selling fruits, vegetables, souvenirs, etc.
A shop selling chocolates
It is a pretty common sight to see street performers here in the busiest period or the peak hours of the day.
They will either stand still; statue-like and start to dance around when you throw coins into their hat
For instance, I was surprised when I saw this pixie statue in the middle of the street which I don't recall was there on my first visit to town (mind you, I have a pretty good memory).
Upon closer look, I realized this is no statue but a pixie in flesh and blood and she started dancing (like clockwork!) when a lady passing by threw coins into her hat.
She took that as a cue to start dancing for the lady's benefit to show her appreciation
Another man was spotted playing his violin on the pavement
And this is their parking meter; a rather old and vandalized one (poor Siemens)
I noticed most of the people here own a dog or dogs and they often travel around with their dogs in tow. Some own really huge dogs like an Alsatian, Dalmatian, German Shepherd, Rottweiler but there are also smaller ones like this:
And just like Malaysia in the early 90's, they use Mercedes Benz as their cabs
Most of the shops are still open for shoppers
Beautiful lavender flowers....I really love how they blew with the wind:)
Stalls selling souvenirs....and these are Asian souvenirs
Hauptmarkt is a full-bloom market in the afternoon
Lebkuchen shop is open as well
This is a prominent figure in Nurnberg
Stalls in the market
Selling an assorted variety of berries and fresh vegetables
Tomatoes and peaches
Cherries and passion fruits
Nutcracker, a famous souvenir to bring back from Germany
Heading to the Hauptbahnof
Goodbye to Nurnberg town
The train back to Frankenstadion
Cars in Nurnberg
Spotted a cute and sassy white BMX Convertible
A very nice little town; I will definitely miss it :)
The following photos are courtesy of my cool Hongkie colleagues cum good friends who captured these attractive little Lego icons in Nurnberg (Thanks guys!)
Nurnberg is such a nice little town; and has etched beautiful memories in my head...I will come back again:)
Auf Wiedersehen Nurnberg!:)