Maho Rive Droite
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... linked to the museum.
The museum was "really great, a huge amount of artifacts. Mostly from the late Roman Empire. I really liked seeing the Trier historical section, how the city rose up, the time periods and influences. Also the way that the native cultures sybiosed into the Roman one and how that developed" in the words of Hamish.
There was a groovy light show that told a classic Roman story and used the ...
We took the bus out to Consdorf where we had the idea of walking to Mullerthal. Started off in Consdorf at camp ground and Matt played on the soccer pitch, then somehow managed to get on the wrong trail, and then took a few wrong turns and ended up in a neighboring town. Trail was lovely and we saw some cool rock formations. Walked a good 15 kms, All flat ...
We started the day with a continental breakfast and were packed and on the coach by 8:15am to rendezvous with our "Red Line" tour coach and tour guide Daniel by 8:45am for our 7 day tour to 5 countries: Luxembourg, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium & France again. We learnt that our tour company was actually GOEUGO and they run several different coloured 7 day tours covering most of Europe. Our second week to Italy is the ...
Another fine day cold morning packed tent and decided to go back to dusseldorf via the Moselle valley known as the wine region 42km wine growing area of Luxembourg so put Wormeldange (start of the tour ) thought we would buy some wines as has sampled a few of the local ones and were very tasty ,WELL what a shambles got to the town beautiful area cute little ...
... guide was the most interesting and well versed, Rene, who carried pictures he took with his box camera of the procession when Patton was buried. He had a photo of the caisson as well as the riderless horse. This was truly an amazing step back in time.
Rene also walked us through the central part of the city pointing out the government buildings and the office of Duke Henri.