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... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
... it was Sunday, the traffic wasn’t too bad. Of course there was construction when we got to Trier, and it looked like the road to the Parkhaus was closed so we couldn't make the turn to park where we wanted. So we found another parking garage, but the ticket machine was broken, so the entrance was closed! Back to Plan A - when we approached the garage from the opposite direction, we could enter it. So finally, we got ourselves situated, parked, and off to ...
... some more glucose test strips--done, and at half the cost. Today, some more insulin pen needles--again, no sweat. And all the hassle with keeping the insulin pens cool the first two weeks--Turns out we could have brought a script from Sam and bought some here! Live and learn!
We had found the Basilica of Konstantin (or Constantine, the Roman Emperor who made Christianity the religion of the Holy Roman Empire), built as a throne room in 310 AD. Largest Roman structure ...
... Children would play in the bomb craters looking for shrapnel. Once he recalls being in such a crater when an unexploded bomb nearby went off with a huge detonation. He and his playmates were spared by being down in the hole. His father came running when he heard the explosion, fearing for their lives. He also recalls during one raid being hit in the hand by a spent bullet and catching a piece of bomb shrapnel in his leg.
Liège was the target of a major US ...
We have thoroughly enjoyed our four days of riding beside the Mosel, with its twists and turns, with its castles and ruins overlooking picture book villages and its vineyard scenery. It has delivered on our expectations.
Arriving at Trier also marks the end of our time in Gemany. Tomorrow we move on for our final week of riding before we return home.