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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 ...
Today was a day of museums. We began with a short tram trip out to the Documentation Centre and the site of NAZI rallies. It was heavily bombed during the war, but what remains of the main building now houses an extensive museum and from there you can look down on the rally grounds. The museum itself traces the rise of the Party before moving into first the euthanasia program and then the Holocaust. There are of course disturbing images ...
... 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 ...
... of Nuremburg. Playmobil are toys similar in appearance to Lego, and the park consisted of a series of themed outdoor areas of oversized versions of the toys (a life size Playmobil pirate ship, castle, construction site etc), plus a huge indoor area filled with toys for kids to play with when its wet. Needless to say, we spent our time indoors, where Tallula and Evie had a grand time playing with toy planes, helicopters, lions, Vikings, pharaohs, trains, dinosaurs and whole lot ...