My son and I decided to go on a father/son adventure in Germany years ago but postponed it until the moment was right for both of us and finally decided on his spring break this year. We’d booked tours through a third party site and our tour of Nuremberg was cancelled by the booking agency, unfortunately, because of its unavailability. Knowing that Nuremberg is a treasure trove of history and sights I set out on my own to find someone — anybody — who could offer a comprehensive tour of the medieval city and the WWII sights. A Google search yielded Kevin as an option. He had glowing reviews. I bought the deluxe package, an afternoon in the Old Town and a morning of WWII areas. Let me begin the review by saying that very few things that seem too good to be true actually produce good results; so I was a little antsy to experience what Kevin offered. WE WERE NOT DISAPPOINTED. Kevin is a rare find! In a city with a thousand years of history that deeply impacted World History you’d think there would be dozens of people offering personalized, curbside interpretive tours. In our opinion, Kevin is the only game going, and he’s extremely good at what he does. He arrived promptly to our hotel in his Mercedes minivan, alert, engaging, and energetic. His interpretation of events, sights and the overall impact of the people, places and things contained in Nuremberg was second to none. He makes it interesting, engaging, and will crack a joke at the appropriate moment! His interpretive skills are some of the most objective and detailed of any I’ve witnessed. His tour of the castle made the cold mass of stone come alive, as if we were watching a battle unfold before us. Standing on the former Nazi parade rally grounds and in the ruinous Congress Hall with him we learned about the causes and the human side of what turned out to be one of the darkest periods in human history, in a factual and realistic sense. Room 600 and the Hall of Justice are not to be missed! I’d rate Kevin among the top 10 experiences I’ve had abroad in my 47 years, and I feel lucky to have been able to have such an experience with my son. If you want the most out of your visit to Nuremberg email Kevin and set up a tour!