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Great location. Nice dining room with picture windows overlooking the Mosel.
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Our ride from Bernkastel- Keus to Trier was another enjoyable day alongside the Mosel. With perfect riding conditions, intermittent sunshine and cloud cover, slight breeze and pleasant temperature the 69 kilometres passed easily. The scenery on this section was more mellow than the previous days since leaving Koblenz, with the steep vine covered …
... way but mostly by the road. This wasn't a problem as there were not many cars around. The river is from a large lake formed by a hydro dam that supplies the majority of the countries water. We wandered into the Outdoor Art Gallery at Lultzehausen, which is six large carved stone sculptures, each unique, set in the woods and fields.
Matty hung with his dad for the day... and loved it.
... out that we could start backwards, at the end of the permanent exhibits – and as we finally worked our way back to the closed portion of the museum, they were just opening it up! A few nice mosaics and other pieces of Roman statuary, architecture, etc.
From the museum we went to the Imperial baths, which were not much. Most of the above-ground complex is gone and the rest was covered in scaffolding. There are lots of underground tunnels you ...
... and found we were 2km further away than when we started! Wearily we found a new route and cycled the final 3km to the campsite. Fortunately we were able to check in straightaway (it was just after 2pm) and we sat on the grass eating our lunch whilst the sopping wet footprint and fly of the tent dried in the fitful sunshine. About 5pm we went shopping for supplies and after dinner Syd found a ...
... then made our way toward the spires of the Cathedral, and on reaching them, first went into its neighbor, the Church of our Lady. This was a great church, on a smaller scale than many, although it is certainly vaulted and full of columns. Several statues, some painted images on the columns, with lovely (more modern) stained glass, and carved architectural details. A particular sweetness was a side chapel, small and quiet, with a wooden Pieta. It is a peaceful place.
The Cathedral, ...