Hotel Deutscher Hof
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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From Baden-Baden, we made the 3 hour journey to Trier. After checking into the hotel, we headed
straight for the pedestrian zone and had lunch at Café 1900. I had the best chicken soup that
had an egg in it which tasted like a combination of chicken and egg drop
soup. Annissa had the tomato soup with
cream. We also had …
... Luxembourg, we were able to see more of the countryside of Germany. Beautiful rolling hills with cows, wheat and little towns along the way. Celia and John are reading. Not many Americans on this trip. Mostly other Europeans. We were warned we would see a lot of people using selfie sticks with their phones to take photos but hardly any so far. Our first impressions of Luxembourg were mediocre. We took ...
... We know Trier quire well and several years ago we left from the main station but had never arrived there before. As we headed off in what we thought was the direction of the campsite, another friendly local asked us where we were going, he gave us instructions, in English, pointing us in the opposite direction which we duly followed. 15mins later we gave up and consulted Sammy (at least it has ...
... out about 11 am
Karen's knee is still complaining, so we went to an apothecary/pharmacy and found a neoprene adjustable knee splint--have to get that knee to calm down in preparation for the next tour! Unlike our single pharmacy experience in Germany last year, where the woman looked at us as if we were druggies when we wanted to get some melatonin without a prescription, here they have been helpful and friendly, and we've seen no sign of suspicion! Yesterday Judith asked ...
... administration. He was posted to Poland during the German occupation. All German children were enrolled automatically in the Hitler Youth and she was forbidden to play with Polish children. She remembers sneaking some polish girls into a swimming pool. She said in a swimming suit, you can’t tell who is Polish and who is German.
When the Russians began their advance through Poland and toward Germany, their family returned to central Germany by train. ...