Blesius Garten

Address: Olewigerstr. 135, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54295, Germany | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Olewigerstr. 135, Trier, is near Black Gate (Porta Nigra), Imperial Roman Baths (Kaiserthermen), Rhineland Museum (Rheinisches Landesmuseum), and Trier.
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    Travel Blogs from Trier

    WINE FLOWED LIKE WATER

    A travel blog entry by cjasko on Jun 05, 2015

    ... and restfully beautiful to look at.

    we has bus transport from our boats dock in BERNKASTEL, TO TRIER, where our first stop was at the Roman ruins. As we see almost everywhere that we stop, the Romans were there before us, 2000 to 2100 years before us. They took over and built roads, thermal baths, amphitheaters,
    phones, etc. Here in Trier, the Roman population ...

    Climbing Leaves Me Blow-Minded

    A travel blog entry by rebeccamcintyre on May 17, 2015

    6 photos

    ... means in English - Yes, that is where this lovely blog title comes from as well
    -Cooking absurd amounts of eggs for the group at large
    -Building a barbecue over the campfire
    -Discussing the use of Tinder with Ken, my 52 year old American counterpart in the group
    -Seeing so many people do so many cool things up on the rock
    -Spending four days out in nature with the most fun, eclectic group of people I have ever met.
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    A ride to Trier

    A travel blog entry by kansonthego on Nov 02, 2014

    6 photos

    ... lukewarm and the cold water bath. For the hot bath they actually had to boil the water in cauldrons. Rome once occupied the vast majority of Europe. All the way from Rome to the Brititsh Isles. The Celtic tribes were no match to the Romans. The fortresses pretty much withstood the test of time up to today, 1500 yrs later.. They were well engineered so their buildings were large and strong. Part of the reason Roman structures have been so durable for so long is because of the use ...

    Pizza, Cheese and Please!

    A travel blog entry by goddessphoto on Jun 17, 2014

    4 comments, 6 photos

    ... seeing Lorelei's death cliff we made our way to the town of Koblenz, the point where the Rhine River meets the Mosel River. There is a gigantic statue here, but the fun is watching the long boats skid their way from the fast moving Rhine into the slower Mosel. It looks like drifting with boats. The back end is sliding at a fast rate while the front is slowly trying to work its way over to the mouth of the Mosel. Pete and I had a good laugh as we foleyed the movement ...

    Day Four

    A travel blog entry by ramblingroads on Oct 09, 2013

    ... the barge tonight. So we went to town and found a grocery store to buy some cheese and a little meat. We already had our rolls from earlier today. Our friends decided to do the same thing and we pooled our resources to come up with quite a variety of food. Most everyone else walked to town in the pouring rain to dine. We were very glad we stayed in with our put together meal and excellent ...