Our journey from Koln took us 237 miles (2.5 hours) with no detours and a very easy journey as we’ve been here many times before. The gas bottles are getting low but we were thwarted a couple of times in our attempt to fill up, so we’ll have to sort that out when we move on.
We made a lovely vegetable soup on our arrival and made use of the showers on site (heaven!) then had a relaxing chilled out evening before our trip into the town tomorrow.
Again, it was nice to see the town without the Christmas markets and it really is worth a visit any time of the year. We visited Porta Negra, the UNESCO Roman city gate still in existence and took loads of pictures, then wandered around the little side streets just enjoying the architecture and everything about Germany!
Trier cathedral was amazing. Although we have been here before, this was the first time we went inside. Apart from a few others we had it all to ourselves.
It will be our last stop in Germany which is bittersweet. We’ve had a wonderful time especially spending time with family, but we are looking forward to enjoying a little bit of France and then heading for the sun of Spain…