Berghotel Kockelsberg

Address: Kockelsberg 1, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54293, Germany | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kockelsberg 1, Trier, is near St. Peter's Cathedral (Dom), Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum), Amphitheater, and Karl Marx House.
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      Paris to Luxembourg

      A travel blog entry by angelpenang on Dec 03, 2014

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      Heading north to The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg
      country dwarfed between its neighbours France, Germany and
      Belgium. City Sightseeing Luxembourg introduce you to the city &
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      This place is quite tiny

      A travel blog entry by chel.ro on Nov 06, 2014

      8 photos

      ... the tiny streets and pinpoint a garage and find the entrance to said garage. Well. It took us a while to figure out. But hey! We had made it! Luxembourg is weird. It's got a lot of business going on and the people speak a lot of languages. It's estimated that around 70% of people who live their are not from Luxembourg. We set out to explore the city and, as the expert navigator, I figured out a path for us to city center. Only, as we explored, I kept telling Cortney and Erika that ...

      A ride to Trier

      A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Nov 02, 2014

      6 photos

      ... as a building material. The Romans were the ones who really developed the technique infusing concrete as a building material. They found that it would not only last longer than wood did, but it could easily be used for multiple purposes and was quicker and easier to use than stones The Romans were also the ones who developed the technique of using arches, they figured that they could use arches to achieve different outcomes. By stringing arches together they could ...

      Pizza, Cheese and Please!

      A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Jun 17, 2014

      4 comments, 6 photos

      ... seeing Lorelei's death cliff we made our way to the town of Koblenz, the point where the Rhine River meets the Mosel River. There is a gigantic statue here, but the fun is watching the long boats skid their way from the fast moving Rhine into the slower Mosel. It looks like drifting with boats. The back end is sliding at a fast rate while the front is slowly trying to work its way over to the mouth of the Mosel. Pete and I had a good laugh as we foleyed the movement ...

      TRIER: Roman black gate is an important landmark

      A travel blog entry by c.i.222 on Oct 31, 2013

      46 photos

      ... engrossed at the Karl Marx Haus that the time for catching the bus back to the ship was totally forgotten. I ran like a 25 year old man (I'm 78), towards the Black Gate where our bus was to be parked for pickup ...