If you ever find yourself in Berlin (never been there myself, but I hear it's nice--lots of lakes), visit the new DDR Museum. From the description in the New York Times, the museum offers visitors a chance to confirm their stereotypes about East Germany, the land of an omniscient security service and female swimmers who shaved their backs. You can enter a (surprisingly stylish) apartment (at left) and allow yourself to be bugged. There are exhibits on the Trabant (the workhouse car of the DDR), nude bathing (quite the pastime in East Germany), and, of course, surveillance equipment. No mention in the article about any exhibits on Olympic doping, though. Nostalgia for East Germany is surely among the most peculiar of nostalgias, but there are people who have it.