Hotel Brunnenhof

Address: Kirchstrasse 2, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54340, Germany | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Trier


A travel blog entry by mjmbmurphy on Nov 08, 2015

3 comments, 43 photos

... again for our Viking compatriots) in order to by-pass Koblenz. We called it quits in a little town of Urlay as we found a very nice and quiet pension on the river. Cochem would have been nice but it was crawling with those damn tourists LOL. The experience was wonderful and the town a delight. We were right in the heart of Mosel wine country and we did our best to sample some of their wares (post driving of course).

Roman Architecture and Vineyards

A travel blog entry by jpalbny on Sep 13, 2015

34 photos

... We were still full from lunch so we walked around town looking at scenery and architecture. It was a very pretty evening!

We were again foiled because the Dom was closed. Oh well, we had hoped to see the inside at some point! There was a big festival wrapping up in Marktplatz but none of the food really appealed to us, as we weren't very hungry yet. We stopped in a little bar called Kleine Andechs, where they serve beer from the Andechs Monastery that ...

Exploring Trier in the rain

A travel blog entry by rskil on Jun 22, 2015

... ticket to Brugge, for Wednesday. It was back into the main square for some lunch 'kepep' (not that great) then through the drizzle, to the Konstanatia basilica, the Roter turn and the Kurtursltiches Palais with its lovely English garden. The Palais is also being renovated but most of it is finished so you get a good understanding of the outside. It is a pink palais. We walked through the gardens , which were full of ...


A travel blog entry by max.jochem on Jan 29, 2015

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75 days to departure.

the day of departure is coming closer and as it does, my excitement grows. I just turned 19 yesterday and realized that this will probably be the last birthday that I will spent living at home. I also just returned from a short trip to the British isles on which I visited Dublin and Glasgow with a good mate of mine, Tomas, before spending a day ...

Going back in time

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jun 30, 2014

3 comments, 3 photos

... ll use the German spelling), is probably the oldest city in Germany. It has many structures dating to the Roman Empire. The Roman bridge which we can see from our hotel uses pylons that were actually built by the Romans. The upper structure had been updated for modern vehicle use, but the fundamental structure of the bridge is nearly 2000 years old. Cars and trucks rumble across it day and night and it’s still standing strong. It had one of the largest and ...