Travel Blogs from Trier
Hump Day! Today we had the morning off from biking. We had breakfast late and then went into the town of Trier to do some sightseeing, and shopping and of course our bakery crawl. We visited the Roman baths at the far end of the city. As we worked our way back, we past many of the places that we visited on our city tour last night. We took another set of pictures in the same places that we ...
... the centre of the arena could be clearly heard in the topmost back row. Pictures tell a thousand words, so we took loads (together we took over 200 photos with both cameras buzzing. How different from the 12, 24 or 36 rolls of film).
After the open top tour, we went off into the city to see the other sights of the City including major squares and St Peters Cathedral and a major Church of Our Lady right next to it.
The Cathedral had no ...
For a change, we don't spend much time on the bikes.
After checking in in a hotel in Eller, we do the Calmont Ferrata through steep vineyards.
Impressive if you think what endeavour it takes to cultivate and harvest in this environment.
Great views onto one of Mosel's many bows.
... I also saw groups in which the fittest (running without batteries) become the losers because they cannot keep up with the speed of the e-bikers.
Once our day legs got more relaxed we start drinking delicious Mosel wine along the route
Bernkastel-Kues is a laid-back very pitturesque place in fully renovated timber-frame construciton.
All day long our views are with the nuclear power plant of Cattenom. And so are my thoughts. Not even a months later there would be a small incident making the neighboring nations again furious about French information policy.
Whils checking out which place to choose to stay in at the market place of Konz, a woman ...