Hotel Des Vignes Restaurant Du Pressoir
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Des Vignes Restaurant Du Pressoir Remich
Spectacular location on the tup of the hill over looking the town of Remich, vineyards on the hillside and looking over the Mosel River to Germany. Very comfortable although a bit old fashioned. Great breakfast. You can boil your own eggs! Rooms are spacious and well laid out, with a glassed in balcony which also has a sunbathing lounger. The restaurant has a limited menu but the food is very good and the staff attentive. All hotel staff were beautifully mannered and extremely helpful.
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On Friday we left Champagne to drive to Luxembourg. Along the way we stopped at Verdun, where there are memorial and cemetery to commemorate the thousand of French soldiers who died in the Battle of Verdun in WWW1. It was very moving to see the extent of the devastation of the land around and hear about how the French managed to keep the Germans …
... 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).
19th July 2013
We were up and away on this Friday morning to go up and into Germany proper! Our destination port was Trier, so John had rigged up our 2 Luxembourg Flags yesterday, that would show a courtesy to Luxembourg on the left bank and the German flag showing a courtesy to the Germans on the right bank. John was trying to keep everybody happy. As we came across the border proper we took down our ...
18th July 2013
We were up at a reasonable time after our tea and John went to try to order the immersion heater element again (yesterday he phoned only to be told to order it online!) without success. He came back to Spring Tide and phoned it through!! Isi in the mean time cooked some bread and got breakfast ready.
We then went to fill up with diesel as in Luxembourg it ...
We have to say though the tea, coffee and cake was superb.... The staff were very friendly and patient as we spoke very little German, almost nil French and no Luxembourgish which is their official language!
We did buy however a unique sweet to take back to Aachen to try....... This is chocolate on a spoon that is melted in a cup of hot milk...... Can't wait to try this ...