Arcadia Hotel Trier
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... periods. Check the pictures. There is roman, baroque, and renaissance.
Have I told you we are staying in a Senior center??? Don thought we were staging an intervention! Actually, we understand this is a very exclusive senior home, and the hotel is a part of their business plan. Rooms are big, beds are soft and the showers are huge since they need to be able to put a wheelchair in them. Not bad really. Maybe an idea ...
... on to the puky grey color... oh well....
We met with our tour group this evening, Don and Dar are quickly making friends...or maybe they are laughing politely and thinking..."Stay away from those people from Idaho".
And, get this Ed Weed...our tour guide is the young woman that worked at the buffalo mozzarella place, Andrea Wolfe, that Donato our tour guide took with him to Positano! Can ...
... before the train is to arrive and get next to the door for quick exit
3) Go to the bathroom anywhere but an Italian train…never, never have to go #2 in an Italian train!
4) Always ride first class if you can, it is hard to hover for two hours above your seat in second class and the windows are frosted with finger prints and YUCK!
5) Look for the conductor or anyone who looks willing to talk to you, never assume you entered the ...
... was no reception, however there were a couple of Germans studiously looking at a map on a big board. Our van, meanwhile, was parked the other side of the barrier, which required a card to get in. The Germans told us that you had to put 8 Euro into a machine and it gave you a card which you then put into the slot next to the barrier and it let you in - there was no reception. This was sort of okay, because it did have electric points, however ...
... behind me. I had over a dozen cows flocking in my direction, and though I think they may have mistaken me for their owner, in that moment I took as a sign. I've been thinking about farm life as an alternative to job monotony and obesity and frankly, the love I was getting from those cows proved to be something to put on my future pro con list.
Lorel and I reached the summit at around 9:50 and the sky appeared as if it was 6:00pm in the dead of summer. It was a ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed