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... again for our Viking compatriots) in order to by-pass Koblenz. We called it quits in a little town of Urlay as we found a very nice and quiet pension on the river. Cochem would have been nice but it was crawling with those damn tourists LOL. The experience was wonderful and the town a delight. We were right in the heart of Mosel wine country and we did our best to sample some of their wares (post driving of course).
Trier is just lovely. 1 hour train trip from Luxembourg. The old city is just across from the train station. We started at Porta Negra, the only remaining gate to the city. It is an imposing structure. We late Breakfast a Bagel sisters. Relaxing atmosphere with wooden tables and chairs and a view over the garden courtyard. We walked through the Haptmarket, which has a lovely mix of buildings from different periods.
... hill where the audience would watch shows. This was cool. We read there was a vomitorium. Not a place to vomit but a place for the crows to spew into their seats and out of the arena.
After this we went to the Basilica. It is under construction as they are installing a new organ and unfortunately you can only see it from the outside. From here we walked to the baths.
... burger with fries. This thing was a foot high with a strangely bland red sauce and a egg over easy on the side with fried potatoes (not fries). Hmmmmm....the waiter spoke a little English, but he was confusing "please" with "you're welcome". So every time he brought something we said, "Thank you," and he responded "Please!" So cute! The last stop of the day was Trier, Germany. This is the oldest city in Germany, founded by the Romans way back when. There is a ...
Had a fabulous day driving over into the northern part of Luxembourg.
To begin with it's a very small country! Only 2.586 sq kilometres in total with a population of 500 000 people, they speak 3 languages, French, German and Luxembourgish, with of course Belgium, France and Germany bordering the country. The countryside was extremely green, and lovely hills not mountains, full of cattle and horses, no sheep (well that we saw anyway)