Hotel Villa Hugel
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... morning we took a toll through Urlay to grab some better photos and some cash from an ATM before heading off to Trier. I plugged the address in for the apartment we lived in some 58 years and to my surprise, it took us right there - well after a few whiffer dills that is!!
We walked around town, had a bratwurst mit brochen and was it ever good. We then decided that we needed to get back to either plug the meter ...
... linked to the museum.
The museum was "really great, a huge amount of artifacts. Mostly from the late Roman Empire. I really liked seeing the Trier historical section, how the city rose up, the time periods and influences. Also the way that the native cultures sybiosed into the Roman one and how that developed" in the words of Hamish.
There was a groovy light show that told a classic Roman story and used the ...
... Maggie has a trouble eating it without the sauce going everywhere bit none the less a nice meal.
We went back to the hostel and put out things away, then went shopping and had dessert.
Once we got back to your hostel there were many kid. Two groups this time. Yay… loud noises….
Monday 22nd September 2014
... would leave it and do later as I didn't feel comfortable, said she reminded me of the ladies by the roadside we saw in tuscany outside of florence who entertained the truckies!! Anyway I was right on our return journey sure enough there was another lady there, waving and blowing kisses to male drivers..... So definitely lady of the night! Who would think it, outside of such a beautiful city on a quiet country road!
About 30 minutes out of Trier ...
Day Eleven Saturday, May 24, 2014 Trier on the Mosel
For the past two European trips, we have been trying to find a way to take a cruise on the Mosel River – and here we are today!!
Trier (historically also called Treves in English) is the oldest city in Germany with roots back to before 16 BC. It is near the start of the Mosel River, near the border of Luxembourg and within the famous Mosel wine region.