Arcadia Hotel Trier
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Travel Blogs from Trier
... construction taking place on the sidewalks so some pathways are narrower than expected.
Alexandre moves to my right and Courtney goes to my left, but slowly lingers behind. I hear a sound coming from something in the street, but think nothing of it. We separate to walk, when suddenly, Alexandre turns to face me after I gave a little scream, I guess he was worried I was being assaulted or something. But no, an air vent just happened to send a ...
This weekend we headed to Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. We left Saturday morning and three hours later we were in Luxembourg. We walked to the city center with our backpacks and found a place to eat. We ate at Chi-chi, a Mexican restaurant. We dropped our bags at the train station and headed to site-see. We swung by the Palais Grand-Ducal, which is where the Grand Duke lives. It only has tours during the summer so we just saw the outside. It had a guard walking back and forth in front like ...
Riding the rails through Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Austria
For those of you that didn't catch it in the past posts, we have been taking mainly trains on our trip. Before we went, we purchased a Eurail Pass for the four of us for 5 days of travel in 4 countries. It saved us probably about 1/2 of what we would have paid if we would have bought each ticket at the train station here.
What is really great is the stress ...
... trip to the most photogenic castle on the Rhine … but that's for tomorrow. Ches did man the video camera however.
It was a pretty uneventful 5 hour trip from Paris to Trier. We passed through Champagne and Luxemburg without sampling either the wine or financial services and while the country side is pleasant, not exactly a better option than a good book. Finished mine.
In Trier, we had a brief guided tour by a ...
... place for more reasons than the delicious wine alone, many influential people have hailed from here up into modern times including the infamous Karl Marx.
Arriving in the city, we were of course anxious to get on the bike we had rented. During our first spin around the neighborhood we discovered the bicycle was unfortunately not up to snuff for a five day bike trip, but after a short trip to a local repair shop we were ready to hit ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed