Hotel Villa Hugel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... restaurants around the outside with loads of outdoor seating. All you could hear was French, German and Luxembourgish (an odd cross between Dutch and French). It was peaceful sitting in the patchy shade. With our icecreams. Luckily, our food costs for the rest of the day and tomorrow are low. But this icecream is so damn good! And the weather just yells 'eat icecream'. So we did. And then we moved from one square to another square ...
... have let go of the angst of travelling. There used to be a time where I would book everything and know what I was in for. Today was the first time I've flown in somewhere and legitimately not known what language to speak in. Turns out...French. Easy! I know some French! (Do you speak English counts...right?) Well...the issue with learning something from every person you meet is that your brain can't tell what goes where and you end up ...
... party there. We thought they were doing the same thing. It was at the stadium in Trier. Katie’s’ friend Kelly came with us. Her husband is in the same unit as Cody. We got there and couldn’t get in. There we limiting the crowd which was ********. There was so much space still left in the square as well as in the building. They must have had problems when they lost 4 years ago and were hoping to prevent problems. You could see the screen from outside but we waited ...
... in 1974, the robe has been kept in its wooden shrine encased in an air-conditioned glass shrine. A festival is held each year with Holy Robe Days, the only days the chapel is open, but garment cannot be viewed. The authenticity of this garment cannot be answered for certain, however.
Walking on we discovered (to our surprise), the Constantine Basilica, built by the emperor Constantine at the beginning of the 4th century. ...
... about 20 steps to the find a monitor…sure enough, we went back up the steps (and there was a ramp that we could have used rather then lifting 20 zillion tons of luggage) to the waiting train. Now we needed to find the carriage number 1. It was either at the front or the back of the train. We made a guess that it was at the back and took off running (at least 15 cars on this bad boy!). About three cars to go there was a conductor so Cindy ...