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... percentage of the city's population) because most were hiding in the underground breweries.
And, of course, the famous Nuremberg war crimes trials took place here, too. The guide said that many death sentences were handed out to people like Herman Ghering, Albert Speer, and Rudolf Hess here. The courtroom is still in use today. You couldn't look inside today because a trial was going on today.
After our tour, we had ...
... we know that. And we got an extra dessert, rum ball cookies, for our patience.
There is a small library on board, 2 laptop computers (I've been using my own laptop), and a concierge desk which has a nice large digital map on the wall so you can track where the ship is heading. Wifi is free, and service has mostly been good. I've lost connections mainly while cruising through the more mountainous regions.
There is a walking ...
... Autobahn. We went for dinner in a Gasthof in the historic Altstadt. Sitting outside overlooking the Stadtplatz we enjoyed dinner. Leonie had Kalbsbraten and I had Zanderfillet. With that some nice German beer and wine. After dinner we went to the beer garden where the locals played western music. Great ...
... really tired today, having walked 15,500 steps yesterday in Bamburg. Barbara has a FitBit and is keeping track of our actions.
We are now traveling on the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal. It was under construction for 32 years and stretches 105 miles. It connects 14 European cities and can carry ships with a capacity of up to 3,500 metric tons and consists of 16 locks, the largest of which is 81 feet. It is 39 feet wide and our ship is 38 feet wide. It has been an interesting time so ...
... she was named a saint.
Bamberg's prosperity has always been linked to the river. In the Middle Ages, it was the starting point for shipping on the Main, and it is now the northern starting point of the Main-Danube Canal that was built between 1960 and 1992. It is also a vibrant cultural center that blossomed beginning in the late 17th century at the time of the founding of the University and rose to prominence 100 years ...