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Nuremberg train (#2710)
From the train to Nuremberg. This portion of the trip highlighted that "high speed rail" wasn't quite what one might expect. The route between Berlin and Nuremberg goes through a long mountainous stretch that has not been modified for high speed rail (unlike the Berlin - Frankfurt route), thus we had lots of slow curves rather than viaducts and tunnels. Admittedly it made the scenery much more enjoyable, but I was surprised at how much of the trip was at speeds slower even than 100kph (60 mph).