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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... visiting another friend of mine, Cait. Realizing that I will probably not see either of them again before I return to Europe sometime next year, showed me that my dream of traveling the wold has become a reality and will begin in the not so far future.
I honestly made the strange discovery that I was more excited during the flight home than on the flight to this short-trip. ...
freshly baked bread. From the café, we
headed towards the Porta Nigra at the end of the pedestrian zone. It was pretty amazing that something that is more
than 2000 years old is still standing amidst a modern shopping district. It was a really cold day, so after seeing
Porta Nigra, we headed to Café Eis for a tea ...
... with a bottle of their wine all for 30 euros, so not too bad.
We slept like logs and did not get up until nearly 9.00am. We walked to the Amphitheatre – 15 minutes along a path beside a lot of prefab type house. There we spent about an hour investigating all the nooks and crannies as well as watching a group of people getting dressed up in gladiator costume. We could have waited for a hip-hop bus, but as it was only another 20 minute ...
... off at a pace, pausing briefly at the Basilica. I thought it was an enormous, but extemely unadorned church inside. Then I read that it was built as the Aula Palantine (Throne Room) of Emperor Constantine - at the time, the second largest room in Christendom! The Romans wanted the architecture to express the magnificence and might of the emperor, and the sheer size of the great basilica still impresses. The elongated, rectangular brick building is 220 feet long, 90 feet wide and 98 ...
... was the start point for a VW leisurely drive up the Mosel....this, in itself, created a real buzz and atmosphere around the place.
The other great thing about the German campsites is the baker's van that drives round the site around 8.30 in the morning hooting his horn or ringing a handbell out of the window before parking up and lifting up the side hatch. Actually, calling it a baker's van is a slight understatement.....patisserie ...