Zum Christophel Hotel-Restaurant

Address: Simeonstrasse 1 , Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, 54290, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Simeonstrasse 1 , Trier, is near St. Peter's Cathedral (Dom), Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum), Imperial Roman Baths (Kaiserthermen), and Amphitheater.
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    Travel Blogs from Trier

    Luxembourg

    A travel blog entry by welovetravel on Aug 10, 2015

    6 photos

    Breakfast, suitcase cramming and off we go. Celia commented that her suitcase gets heavier at each stop. I think it's due to the two new pair of shoes she's gotten so far! I think there may be more to come. She is a shoe lover. Tam and Steve dropped us off at the train station in Cochem. They are now on an adventure through Germany. We will meet up again in Amsterdam on the 16th. We will miss them. On the ...

    The Train Up the Mosel by Julie

    A travel blog entry by julieolds on Jul 28, 2015

    14 photos

    ... old! ( meaning I can't remember how old it really is) then saw an area with archeological excavations and nicely done exhibit labels that reveal one of the four humongous Roman baths in Trier. It was a great 4 hour tour!! We zipped our way back to the train station with minutes to spare and settled in for the remaining 2 hour ride up the Mosel to Koblenz. This section of the Mosel gave me a little more of the picture book scenery I had been looking ...

    We made it to Trier!

    A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on May 06, 2015

    20 photos

    ... that far to the first landmark, the Porta Nigra, an old Roman gate--the town was originally Roman, laid out nice and square. Only his gate remains, and the streets are no longer a nice Roman grid! Turning left at the Porta Nigra--so called because the old sandstone has turned black with the years--we crossed a busy intersection and entered a long pedestrian street lined with shops and eateries. The instructions were to find the hauptmarkt, or high market square, cross ...

    Going back in time

    A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jun 30, 2014

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... now and again.

    I was particularly interested to hear their stories from the WW2 period. Mr. François explained that his father was a veteran of WW1, he had been shot and gassed in the trenches and received a bayonet wound to the face. We was classed as an invalid of war, but when the Second World War broke out, he took his son (Mr. François, aged 10) and they tried to make it to Dunkirk to be evacuated to England to carry on the fight. The roads were ...

    Moseying along The Mosel

    A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on Apr 13, 2014

    5 photos

    ... cement but only by gravity and steel posts. I decide to take a pedal on my bike to see what I can find in the other direction. I'm only gone for about twenty minutes, and on my return, having found nothing of any merit, am presented with a devastated Amos. He has cried pitifully since the moment I left, to the point that John has taken him inside Sharron, to cuddle and console him. It isn't good enough however, John is, for ...