Hotel Villa Hugel

Address: Bernhardstrasse 14, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54295, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Bernhardstrasse 14, Trier, is near Black Gate (Porta Nigra), Hauptmarkt, Imperial Roman Baths (Kaiserthermen), and Rhineland Museum (Rheinisches Landesmuseum).
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Travel Blogs from Trier

2nd half of road trip.

A travel blog entry by richardandelly on Jan 09, 2015

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After a hearty breakfast at the hotel we headed off to Luxembourg City and into Vaals(It borders on both Belgium and Germany. The three borders meet on the Drielandenpunt, a few meters from the highest point in the European part of the Netherlands, the Vaalserberg. The Vaalserberg used to be called "Hubertusberg".). And then onto Duerne. It was an entertaining drive to Luxembourg City especially trying to find first the city centre and then trying to find a park. The ...

Training for Formula One Racing

A travel blog entry by jmcgehee12 on Dec 13, 2014

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... only thing that manages those things are.....yield signs! I have renamed them Suicide Circles, because people hit those things at top speed and it's pretty much Thunderdome of 2 cars enter and only one car is going to get out of that thing. Big Ben kids! Actually it's not that bad as long as your aggressive as I have become increasingly over the last few days. Beware Austin drivers when I get home! It's going to take about 3 or 4 days to get this sort ...

Going back in time

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jun 30, 2014

3 comments, 3 photos

... administration. He was posted to Poland during the German occupation. All German children were enrolled automatically in the Hitler Youth and she was forbidden to play with Polish children. She remembers sneaking some polish girls into a swimming pool. She said in a swimming suit, you can’t tell who is Polish and who is German.

When the Russians began their advance through Poland and toward Germany, their family returned to central Germany by train. ...

Welcome to the City of Trier !

A travel blog entry by victorian67 on Oct 24, 2013

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... br> Ariived in front of the Porta Nigra, as imposing as mysterious partly due to its dominant black colour, remain of the Roman era, my attention got caught by colorful sculptures of éléphants, already spotted in Luxembourg City and which are part of the Elephant Parade association which helps and protects the Asian éléphants, exhibited in two lines in front of the Tourist Office where I took a map of the City.

And as I walked down ...

What goes down, must go up

A travel blog entry by uktoistanbul on Sep 11, 2013

... down hills... the adage goes 'what goes up, must come down' we now say what goes down, must go up! Halfway across the country near Diekirch we started to follow a river valley, this made the going so much easier. A problem stuck as a connecting road we needed to get on did not allow bikes, we were abit ******. Our only solution was ...