PentaHotel Berlin Koepenick
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- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... more. We left quickly and , after showering, left for the airport with plenty of time in hand. It turned out not to be a bad idea as the traffic was very bad. It took us almost an hour to do the journey that had taken only 30 minutes on Tuesday morning. We were still there more than an hour earlier than we needed to be so settled into the lounge. I tried to update some apps via very slow wifi while Tom listened to the new James Bond ...
... more in love with him. He told us stories about how German girls he's dated never laugh and smile, about his father marrying a woman 25 years younger than himself and moving to Florida, about having lived all over the world, and about life. He finally left us on the last train that arrived at a station way closer to our hostel than the one we had left from at the beginning of the day. We hugged him goodbye and thanked him for saving us from being lost in a storm. We ...
... the car that East Berliners would wait 15 years for. It was such a cheaply made car that if kicked hard enough, the whole thing would fall apart. So, while the West Berliners were driving nice vehicles, the East Berliners were stuck with these horrible little cars. Lucie told us that these vehicles were also the only car that her family could own in Prague. Also, they play a game now that if you ever see a green Trabant, you must touch the button on your pants ...
... of the busy shopping districts of West Berlin.
Our first stop was the famous KaDeWe department store which reminded us a little of a German Harrod’s (though not nearly as huge or impressive). My Mom was on a mission to find a very specific kitchen gadget she had seen used at the hotel the night before and one of the staff sent her here to see if they carried it. Unfortunately we looked through every different kind of lemon squeezing contraption they had with ...
... and spend a couple of hours walking the last part of the C2C into Robin Hood's Bay. I think if we had tried to go on, The Badger wouldn't have made it and I have my doubts about Red aka Two Dogs also. My suspicion is that the two girls, Flash aka Flash Cat and Leaping Gazelle aka George would have made it fine by themselves! Anyway that taxi ride was bliss, especially climbing that steep hill and seeing some of the terrain we would have had to walk. Once at High Hawsker we picked up ...