Saturday, August 15, 2009


After Dresden we drove back toward Paris, stopping in Trier before driving to Tinqueux and grabbing whatever hotel room we could find.
Trier is a small-ish college town, and it's really charming. (Just like every other town or city we visited on our trip.)
Roman amphitheater

St. Gangolf Church

Ruins of some Roman baths

Trier Palace

Constantine Basilica

Trier Cathedral (also known as St. Peter's)

St. Gangolf Church with a lovely row of houses facing out into one of the main squares in the city.

The Porta Nigra

This was the last real stop before we got back to Paris, and by this point we were all a bit tired. So we drove until we found a hotel with an available room and passed out until morning.

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