Arcadia Hotel Trier
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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Breakfast, suitcase cramming and off we go. Celia commented that her suitcase gets heavier at each stop. I think it's due to the two new pair of shoes she's gotten so far! I think there may be more to come. She is a shoe lover. Tam and Steve dropped us off at the train station in Cochem. They are now on an adventure through Germany. We will meet up again in Amsterdam on the 16th. We will miss them. On the ...
... about even though the shops were closed, but not the cafe! We bought an antigen card that gives you easy access to the roman ruins and museums. We had a look at the wonderful Porta Nigra, just walked around it. I learnt that Trier is Germany's oldest town, with the oldest university and was once the seat for Roman emperors. After a little bit of history, like all Germans, in the afternoon it was time for some ice cream, I had fresh strawberries with ...
... sim cards from Vodafone which was an
adventure in and of itself. Afterwards,
we headed back to our hotel and decided it was too cold to walk outside and
decided to stay in for dinner. Glad we
did—the dinner at the hotel was amazing.
We had a great night’s sleep and were ready for the next city—Cologne.
... else we had been! So we admired from afar. A long wander back to the campsite, this time stopping to go in the Basilica which was now open to visitors. It was very plain inside after all the other ornate churches we have been in, but cool and quiet. When we got back there were now only 4 vans on the site and even one of those left after dinner. So we have a quiet night tonight. We reckon we must have walked about 4-5 miles today, no wonder we are worn out.
... Europe, North Africa and parts of Asia. Well, Julius Caesar had a great nephew called Augustus, who he later adopted and who became the first real Emperor of Rome. In fact, Augustus didn't know he had been adopted until Caesar's Will was read...big surprise for him! And why am I going on about all this? Because Trier was founded in 15BC by Augustus, Caesar's young heir, as Augustus continued on with the expansion of the Roman Empire, which ...