Atrium Garni, Hotel und Weinhandlung
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... had his cigar. I think the rest helped. It's just the fatigue...who knows...maybe I'm just worn out...more sleep tonight and then another busy day tomorrow??!!
All the locks are downhill now until ...
... causes, connections and consequences of nazism.
And Court 600, where the likes of Eichmann and Goerring got their day, is open for public viewing when more mundane 21st century trials are not taking place.
We decide to give it all a miss. We're done with nazis (though from watching German TV it is clear nazism, and the neo-nazi fascination of many young, disaffected Germans, remains a real issue).
Instead, we opt for Nuremburg's most famous artist, ...
... it was just a mud area because they drain it before winter to take out the fish, and then they fill it up again and it freezes and people ice skate all winter. The next stop was where the Nuremberg trials were held. It has just been opened to the public again. This was fascinating because our guide was so knowledgable and my knowledge is just basic. The courtroom was changed to accommodate ...
... in my previous post.
Behind the Bishop's residence there is a rose garden. Unfortunately at this time of year the roses are all gone and the statues boarded up for winter. We can only imagine how beautiful the garden would be in the summer.
There is also a former monastery on the hill that is now a theatre, restaurant and seniors home. The view from there was really nice.
We had quite some free time so we ...
... but one was great and another was outstanding. I truthfully thought for a while on the first couple of songs that they were doing an amazing job of lip-syncing, but later realized that wasn’t the case. The one singer in particular sounded very much life Piaf’s recordings. The only disappointment—and I was really surprised at this—was that the play did not include “La Vie en Rose.”
Friday turned out to be a day without ...