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Travel Blogs from Trier
We left Munich mid-afternoon and arrived in Trier at 8pm (that's 20:00 in Europe). We checked into our hotel and settled into our room with an amazing view of Trier. Trier is the oldest city in Germany (home to both first the Celts and then the Romans), and the site of the oldest Christian church in Germany (built in the 4th Century). From our …
... t decipher which car was ours….
Yesterday after getting off in Chur, we had 6 minutes..6 MINUTES to find the track, the carriage and then get our luggage and ourselves on the train. It was a frantic mess! Luck would have it that our train was right next to the track that we had arrived on…but these dumb Americans didn't know that! We jumped out, didn't see a sign that said Zurich so our next best bet was to grab the luggage and ...
... Moesel). What we didn’t know at the time was that this is the first cruise to begin since the floods of several weeks ago. Other lines have tried to bus people around flooded sections and apparently the whole experience has been a disaster with people complaining about poor hotels and food and a totally disjointed trip. Our company, Uniworld, opted to cancel, refund and pay a 500e and offer a future booking instead. They ...
For a change, we don't spend much time on the bikes.
After checking in in a hotel in Eller, we do the Calmont Ferrata through steep vineyards.
Impressive if you think what endeavour it takes to cultivate and harvest in this environment.
Great views onto one of Mosel's many bows.
... I also saw groups in which the fittest (running without batteries) become the losers because they cannot keep up with the speed of the e-bikers.
Once our day legs got more relaxed we start drinking delicious Mosel wine along the route
Bernkastel-Kues is a laid-back very pitturesque place in fully renovated timber-frame construciton.