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  • Day54

    Nazi Party Rally Grounds, Nuremberg

    October 19, 2017 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C

    We spent a couple of hours walking around what remains of the Nazi Party Rally Grounds. Unfortunately, we didn't have time to go through the museum which is housed in the unfinished Congress Hall. That building looks like a modern day Colosseum from the outside.

    The structures would have been magnificent in scale. The cost of upkeep though has been too much and in 1979 the main columns of the iconic front section of the Zepelin Field building were destroyed by the government as they had become unsafe.

    These days, the venue is used for concerts and car races, and the annual VolksFest. There are also a number of sporting stadiums. The walk around the lake was great. We came across a flock of wild geese who were not at all disturbed by humans wandering past.
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  • Jun25

    Documentatie centrum RPG

    June 25, 2019 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 31 °C

    Een goede dag voor het Museum over de 2de WO, en dan met name het Reichsparteigelände. Daar is het tenminste koel. De vorige keer hebben we niet heel veel tijd kunnen doorbrengen in het museum omdat we met anderen waren die niet zo geïnteresseerd waren. Sabine gaat gezellig mee.
    Veel info over de opkomst van de NDSAP, de propaganda, persoons verheerlijking etc. Maar, zoals in veel musea, over wie het allemaal bekostigd heeft en hoe geen enkel woord.

    A. Sutton, ( wall street and the rise of Hitler) geeft hier een onthullende blik op.
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  • Day5

    Nuremberg Christkindlesmarkt

    December 5, 2018 in Germany ⋅ ⛅ 1 °C

    Pack up and let ready to go again....2 hr drive to Nuremberg. I was able to enjoy the view of the expansive fields. On the way we saw the tall posts surrounded by netting this is where the hops grow. German beer has not additives on hops, yeast, barley and water and they don’t sell other beers. Once we reached the Ramada Inn we waited for our local tour guide. We made two stops on the tour one was the park from where Hilter made his propaganda speeches. The speech was 5 hours long, in 89% weather and over 100k people. The other stop was in front of the. Courthouse were the Nuremberg trials we held, it was in front of the prison. One of the only buildings left standing after the war. Nuremberg was know for making motorcycles. We drove around the city which is still standing from the war. The Christmas market is inside of the city. We had lunch at Bratwustr Roslein and which was recommended as a favorite place to eat bratwustr. The plate arrive with 6 (breakfast sausage links), warm potato salad and sauerkraut. They tasted like regular breakfast sausage. We lunched with our Canadian Gal Pals - 3 sisters - Joyce, Betty Ann, Sharon (looks just like Shirley McLain) and Sharon( from Las Vegas). After lunch we headed out to the market. BRRRR is was cold!! Each vendor has a booth that looks like a village cottage, twigs, birch logs, pine swags, and twinkle lights. In this Market there were about 8 rows of stalls the main booths:
    *Candy,sweets, ginger bread
    *Wooden toys
    *Angels with no arms
    I bought a handmade hand puppet for Miles, it reminded me of him :). We stayed until 4:15 and since it gets dark around 4:30 we were able to enjoy seeing things lit up. Cari noticed that all the lights are small white, not like our which are colored. We took to bus back to the hotel: Ramada Inn, we walked into the room and it smelled like smoke..yuk and they upgraded us to the best room in the hotel. Suite with 2 bathrooms, 2 balconies but the duvet cover didn’t even cover the top of the bed....weird, and there was such low light. The hotel gifted us a bottle of Castelli wine which we gave to Robert. We met the girls for a drink in the bar before dinner in the hotel. Back to the room, rest for tomorrow.

    Misc Information:
    Bavaria 13 mil people
    Austria is part of the German speak world, they don’t have their own language.. 8 mill
    1/2 Protestant & 1/2 catholic. 9 % of taxes go to the church, when you become a citizen you must indicate which religion you are. If you don’t want to pay tax you claim medthodist. Germany is the main country for immigration from Jews.
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  • Day2

    Nuremberg Zoo

    June 5, 2019 in Germany ⋅ ☀️ 32 °C

    Premier jour, premiers bouchons

    Passage en Allemagne sans souci : il faut savoir que les allemands ne reconnaissent pas nos CNI de plus de 10 ans dont la validité est prolongée sans mention sur la carte et nous n’avons pas de passeports, les nôtres doivent être à disposition à Berlin, avec le visa Russe.

    Carambolage d’Ambulances ( ! ) sur la « 5 » en Allemagne.
    Beaucoup de travaux sur les autoroutes allemandes.
    Mais une très grande discipline des PL de plus de 7,5 t. restant sur la voie de droite.

    Bivouac sur le parking, de taille quasi infinie, du Zoo de Nuremberg.
    Merci Park4Night toujours aussi efficace.

    Et pour ceux qui ne le connaissent pas encore, voici notre Kawa à son premier bivouac 2019.
    En Allemagne, fourgon se dit KAstenWAgen. Les "grands blancs" étant des Womo, des WOhnMObil.
    C’est un (ou une ?) La Strada Avanti EB sur base Ducato 180 CV, BVA6, H3L4, sans marque apparente autre que Fiat sur la calandre ou les jantes tôles de ce voyage en pneus tout-terrain.
    Dimensions 6,36 x 2,05, Hauteur 2,99 avec la climatisation sur le de toit.
    La couleur foncée a été choisie pour sa … discrétion notamment en stationnement urbain.
    Par contre ceux qui le connaissent le repère d’autant plus rapidement.
    Alors si vous nous croisez…

    RDV près de Berlin demain soir.

    345 km, essentiellement d’autoroute.
    28 à 33°, ensoleillé. On a laissé les gros orages de la vigilance orange derrière nous.
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