Derag Livinghotel Maximilian
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... Symphony Orchestra and some Ambulance outfit. It looks like they use some of the grounds for rock concerts etc. The planned Nazi Centre would have covered 11sqkm and it would have been magnificent; in an ugly sort of way. It was then back to the Old Town where we walked up to the top where the Castle is. Another engineering marvel but many centuries before the Nazis. The Old Town is just a great place to wander around as there's always markets, buskers, beggars ...
Lovely day again although the programme said there was a 60% chance of showers in the afternoon. Excellent guide today. When the tour was finished we could go back to the boat or skip going back for lunch and get picked up at 3pm. We decided on the latter. First thing we did was get a "bier" und ein "eischokolatte". We were so full after that we decided not to bother going for a meal and just have a sandwich later before returning to the boat. It was really hot. 26 ...
... remains in use, but not today, so we could wander in and have a look. Courtroom 600 remains fairly similar to how it was in 1946, although the viewing gallery which was expanded to accommodate the large crowds is now gone. So too is the dock where the defendants sat. The most infamous to testify, Himmler and Speer. Upstairs, the museum moved quickly through the war, moving on to the aftermath and the trials. We heard an audio recording ...
... which are threatening to open on us at any time and the diminished light are contributing to the atmosphere. Of course once we enter the specialty shops that is cast off. One in particular with artisan made wooden decorations, Xmas trinkets and musical pieces, toys etc irised such well made and aesthetic piece. Were we tempted, yes momentarily until we saw the prices. Coming from the Czech Republic they seemed exorbitant and so we moved on. ...
... hill paved with cobblestones, and feels very medieval to me. Like the churches, the castle was also bombed during World War II and has been rebuilt, but not restored to its former glory. And like the castles we saw yesterday, it also houses a museum. This one had two major exhibits--one about the Holy Roman Empire and its reign over Germany, and one about armor and weapons from about the 1500s to the 1800s. We concluded our tour with Rick at that point and just ...