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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPentahotel Trier
We loved the signage throughout this place. It is in a great location, just a stroll down to town. Very convenient. They also catered for partaking with bikes on the roof. Great breakfast.
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We were right on the border of Germany/Belgium as we set off and Ric and Sue made sure that they ate Belgium chocolate the whole time they were in Belgium. It took about 1 hour to cross though this country as it is a little protrusion into Germany at this part. We learnt that We asked Annabelle to stop to put our feet on Belgian soil and then we …
... roped in with chocolate. They were really cool! One of them was studying in Bristol and the other was on a six week adventure. It was good to expand our group and talk to new people. We all headed back to the hostel then, and split back into our two groups. It didn't take us long to crash out, because today was really busy. At least we learnt to get food early and learnt about Luxembourg. One thing to still learn: put sunscreen on. Lisa ...
... new beginning, because the next three month...well they are, just beginning. With today's flight to Luxembourg. Of all places. Why I chose Luxembourg? No freaking clue. Somewhere to go that I knew nothing about. Not your usual 'European Getaway' destination. I'm going there because I can. No other logical reason than that. I took the train from The Bakery today and then onto Gatwick, but due to so many tickets and destinations and departure ...
... now and again.
I was particularly interested to hear their stories from the WW2 period. Mr. François explained that his father was a veteran of WW1, he had been shot and gassed in the trenches and received a bayonet wound to the face. We was classed as an invalid of war, but when the Second World War broke out, he took his son (Mr. François, aged 10) and they tried to make it to Dunkirk to be evacuated to England to carry on the fight. The roads were ...
... was delightful with curved arches and superb service – and wonderful food!! And, after the high prices in Holland and Belgium, this seems like a bargain!!
Tomorrow we are planning an excursion on the Mosel River and another, longer, visit to the Old Town. Trier is the oldest city in Germany with lots of history – and a thriving and excellent wine industry.