Park Plaza Trier
Travel Blogs from Trier
Passports? Check! Booking refs? Check! Everything is now ready and waiting to go. A few final last minute preparations and then its all systems go. Cant wait!
Anyway, we left at noonish after the city tour and headed to the Mosel valley to take in the Berg Eltz, one of the few true mid-evil castles still standing.
Lori Rade I thought about you all day while visiting this, I knew you would have enjoyed it.
We returned to Trier to have dinner. We had a great experience!
The restaurant, Das Wienhaus was recommended by our guide Andrea. It is ...
... have it??? Dar and I went to the neighborhood store and picked up two bottles of what we thought were bleach and we went looking for young germans in the store. Sure enough, Dar had window cleaner and I had something that shined up chrome! She showed us detergent that made your whites whitier...so I gave it a try. My t's are almost white, underwear is just slightly grey now but that $50 bra is ...
... I thought I would give you a few glimpses into the "Travel Days".
Each train day we enter the station rolling our luggage on cobblestone streets, the wheels making a very loud clickety-clack sound. If it is early, and warm outside, we have just woke up families, babies and often a barking dog because they have left their windows open to catch a breeze! Nothing like leaving a town in quiet elegance!
Next we need to figure ...
... town of only about 7000 people and found the campsite, right on the edge of the Mosel river. It is a very picturesque place, with vineyards stretching up the banks of the Mosel on both sides and as good luck would have it, the cycleway to Trier went straight through the campsite....so absolutely perfect!! To add to the excitement, VW Beatles and old VW combis started arriving in all sorts of colours, shapes and sizes. The campsite, we found ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed