Moselradweg

Luxembourg on the other side of the Mosel

I woke up around 6:30 and was already well rested, so I went into town around 7 AM to take the tourist pictures of Trier because I had forgotten my camera on the Wednesday.

It was great. Everything was still quiet, just some people were on their way to work and the trash collectors were already working.

So, I could take all the pictures without any people running around. In the cathedral I was even the only person, so that was a bit creepy but also a very special atmosphere.

At 8 AM I went to Dieter and Anne for breakfast, packed up my things and left Trier around 9:30 AM.

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The water vapor is lifting after the rain

Sunday morning was the exact opposite from the day before: despite the noise inside and outside the hotel, I woke up refreshed and in a super relaxed mood.

Where the Mosel runs into the Rhine: Deutsches Eck

 

After the breakfast, I packed up my things and wanted to get on the road. But just before I got going, it started to rain – and not only a little. So I put on my rain gear before I cycled to the Deutsche Eck, the point in Koblenz where the Mosel runs into the Rhine river and where the Mosel cycling path starts.

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