Hotel Villa Hugel

Address: Bernhardstrasse 14, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54295, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Bernhardstrasse 14, Trier, is near Black Gate (Porta Nigra), Hauptmarkt, Imperial Roman Baths (Kaiserthermen), and Evangelical Lutheran Church.
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    A travel blog entry by welovetravel on Aug 10, 2015

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    ... with livestock. We felt like Indiana Jones!! After our exploring of tunnels, we found an old shopping area with pretty buildings. We ate a couple bars of delicious Belgium chocolate and gyros for dinner. Going to bed early. Weather has been warm but not too bad. It sprinkled out a little today but so far no bad weather (knock on wood) Tomorrow we go to Brussels, Belgium for two nights. Hope all is good in ...


    A travel blog entry by cjasko on Jun 06, 2015

    ... beer. The town is beautiful beyond description with flowers every
    where, magnificent roses, unique homes and shops. Mom and I ate Bratwurst, ice cream, and finally walked back to our boat.

    We we leave port in one hour, go back onto the Rhine and get ready to visit LUXEMBURG
    tomorrow. Tonight we view the movie THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE, which happened in the area we pass through tomorrow.


    A ride to Trier

    A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Nov 02, 2014

    6 photos

    ... as a building material. The Romans were the ones who really developed the technique infusing concrete as a building material. They found that it would not only last longer than wood did, but it could easily be used for multiple purposes and was quicker and easier to use than stones The Romans were also the ones who developed the technique of using arches, they figured that they could use arches to achieve different outcomes. By stringing arches together they could ...

    Pizza, Cheese and Please!

    A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Jun 17, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... sounds and shouts of concern. So easily amused we are. Once again we were on the bus, moving onto our next stop, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg. Pete and I had been to this wonderful capital city before and were sure we would enjoy it again. We were allotted just over 2 hours to run amok. First things first, find a place to eat!! This nice looking cafe on a quiet side street looked perfect. Their menu included burgers, pizza and nachos. Perfect! We soon found out ...

    Day Four

    A travel blog entry by ramblingroads on Oct 09, 2013

    ... last night. The light was better but the pictures from last night were good as well. We did a little shopping and then had ponczki and ice cream. Then we met our guide and took a 6 minute train ride to the next stop where we met the barge and had a picnic lunch on board. At 2:00 we set out on a short biking excursion along the Saar River. After our picnic, we decided to have our ...