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... online for Luxembourg City, they were all super expensive. So I expanded my search and found a super affordable hotel that was 20 km away. Done! Booked it! Then I received the confirmation email saying it was in France, and I panicked. It turns out, that when your country is as small as Luxembourg is, 20 km outside of your capitol city is a completely different country. And that's how we ended up accidentally adding another country to our road trip ...
In the morning we bought pain au chocolate from the baker and hit the road. France is closed on a Sunday, I checked but it doesn't say that in the map book. We waited at McDonalds until 10:00 to buy coffee, only to discover that it doesn’t open at 10:00. A small cafe adjoined to an in-town supermarket came to the rescue, providing the much needed caffeine and additional food supplies for the next few days.
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We have thoroughly enjoyed our four days of riding beside the Mosel, with its twists and turns, with its castles and ruins overlooking picture book villages and its vineyard scenery. It has delivered on our expectations.
Arriving at Trier also marks the end of our time in Gemany. Tomorrow we move on for our final week of riding before we return home.
Day Eleven Saturday, May 24, 2014 Trier on the Mosel
For the past two European trips, we have been trying to find a way to take a cruise on the Mosel River – and here we are today!!
Trier (historically also called Treves in English) is the oldest city in Germany with roots back to before 16 BC. It is near the start of the Mosel River, near the border of Luxembourg and within the famous Mosel wine region.
Riding the rails through Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Austria
For those of you that didn't catch it in the past posts, we have been taking mainly trains on our trip. Before we went, we purchased a Eurail Pass for the four of us for 5 days of travel in 4 countries. It saved us probably about 1/2 of what we would have paid if we would have bought each ticket at the train station here.
What is really great is the stress ...