Residenz am Zuckerberg
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Travelers staying in Germany never know what they'll encounter. According to the reviews from previous visitors, Residenz am Zuckerberg Trier is not only spacious and conveniently located, it's also a retirement home that rents its extra rooms. However, this is not a bad thing, since any hotel that is recommended by Rick Steves is certainly noteworthy and worth a stay. For stunningly affordable prices, guests receive large rooms, huge bathrooms, living rooms, and a kitchen?not to mention breakfast with some quirky dining companions. It's also close to the Toy Museum, St. Peter's Cathedral, and the Karl Marx House for additional entertainment.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidenz am Zuckerberg Trier
This is actually a retirement home that they use extra rooms for the hotel. The rooms were huge! Big baths, a kitchen and a nice living area. Food at breakfast was good...all in all a very nice affordable hotel...a little quirky with the residents but still very nice.
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We took it slowly this morning because we can. Our next Rick Steves tour--Germany, Switzerland & Austria--begins at 4 pm. Then our mornings will be starting much earlier! We ambled back to the Basilica to pick up a few more postcards, and had another wonderful pizza next door. We returned to the Dom Square, in front of the Cathedral--there was …
Yes, a little day trip to a new country! Luxembourg City is only 40 km from Trier, so it seemed like a must-do. We didn't get started too early, but got to the train station and got in line at the desk in the lobby about 11:20. Goal: tickets we read about, special round trip fares to Luxembourg City for less than a regular one-way fare. Got to the …
Wasn't bad, actually, just long--reduced trains running, so they are stopping everywhere, absolutely everywhere! And were crowded, including dogs and bicycles, so we ended up in little fold-down seats right next to the doors. Would have been great for two or three stops--but this was an almost 2 hour, 20+ stops run. Judith's solution-- take a nap! …
Just have to report, our room here at the Home includes breakfast--a nice standard buffet. Our room rates in Germany have been our lowest since Bayeux, and as there, include breakfast. Nice!
We took the morning slow today--poor housekeeping was turned away at the door by a sleepy night-clothed occupant. It was only 8 am--so we hung out …
... beer. The town is beautiful beyond description with flowers every
where, magnificent roses, unique homes and shops. Mom and I ate Bratwurst, ice cream, and finally walked back to our boat.
We we leave port in one hour, go back onto the Rhine and get ready to visit LUXEMBURG
tomorrow. Tonight we view the movie THE BATTLE OF THE BULGE, which happened in the area we pass through tomorrow.