Hotel Eurener Hof
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We headed south on Friday morning and vowed that we would stay off the autobahns when and where possible. All is possible with the GPS in the rental as we just selected no autobahn travel and we are glad we did. We had some really amazing cross-country scenic routes each of the three days since we left - sights we would otherwise never have seen.
We had a light meal along the Rhine on Friday and then headed ...
... for touring.
After the morning tour of the old town center we went to the nearby train station where we rented some bicycles for a ride along the Mosel river and picnic lunch. The weather was ideal for bike riding. Low 60's with lots of sunshine. We spent about three hours riding bikes along the Mosel. We would have gone longer but we ran into an area of North Trier where the bike trail became less clear and ...
... the plateau it became flat again and not as interesting, the towns look more tired and grey. It doesn't help with the grey sky. Now we are going through some more hills and now following a river, I do believe it is the famous Moselle. The Moselle was wide at one point and narrowing others, the gentle rolling hills meet the Moselle. The station is under renovation, coming in I saw at other stations beautiful old buildings that were once the entrance ...
Today we are on a road trip from Deurne to Trier which is in Germany. On the road at 9.00am sharp and away we go. Stopped for coffee and cake about 10.00am and any body who knows will know that u like to try the local food so ax we were in Germany I asked for a piece of schnitzel. Well what arrived was a plateful big enough for dinner of schnitzel, potato and mushroom. Laugh as everybody else had a small piece of cake. It was good but a bit much 1 hour after breakfast. Onwards to ...
... narrowest of roads possible, through more road-works until we came to our turning, so small that we missed it! So up the road to find a turn-around point and back we went, then down the bumpy track to the 15 spaces amongst the vines set out for motor-homes. It was already quite full and by evening was full-up with Swedes, Dutch, Austrian, Belgian, German vans + us. All of them twice the size of our van making us feel like the poor relations. We had driven all of 49 miles. After ...