Arvena Park Hotel
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... we caught the tram (9) out to the partly completed Nazi Rally Centre, now called The Documentation Centre which chronicles all things Nazi. And they don't pull any punches but say it exactly like it was, warts and all. This place is massive, the parade ground was designed for 100,000 troops and the Congress Hall 50,000 people. The commencement of the War brought the whole project to a halt. The Congress Hall (not finished as designed) now houses The Document ...
... now. Sipping a champagne cocktail while watching us going into one of the REALLY deep locks. Decided to have another while in the lock and might even have a third when we are sailing out of it. Sounds like a good plan. Gala dinner was terrific. Hope I still have the energy to dance this evening. Danced all evening. Lots more people up dancing than usual. But it was so hot. My makeup was melting! Went out at 2330 for a breath of air before bed and ended up being ...
... lead prosecutor, R. Jackson and his eloquent opening address outlining the purpose and aims of the court and acknowledging that a court bench composed of judges from the 4 victorious nations was imperfect, but the only means of bringing these war criminals to trial. By the end of the museum we were in need of a change, so stopped for a lunch of stadtwurst (the local sausage) and potatoes, before heading to a gallery. The plan had been ...
... the streets are cobbled stone, lanes branch off more major streets and squares open around official and series buildings. A wrong turn near the castle meant that we missed its entry and then found ourselves outside walking its circumference peering into the moat with its small gardens, paths and steep stone walls. On entering we found a true castle built to protect the village inside. Levels on levels unfolded. A great deal of what we saw has been ...
... try when we get to France. After dinner, we went to the German National Museum (free after 6 pm on Wednesdays!). The museum has artifacts ranging from pre-historic to modern times. We saw some clothing from the 1700s, old garden statues, and really fancy sleds; more religious icons, statues, and tapestries; an exhibit of apothecaries and medical tools; and more. We wandered about killing time because we really didn't want to go back to the hotel. Finally we decided ...