Acora und Wohnen Bonn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
- Free parking
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Acora und Wohnen Bonn
Travel Blogs from Bonn
... the corner. The building remains but the Edeka is long gone.
Actually, there is no business there now and it looks run down. Next was our old airbase which is now used for some commercial, charter and private jet operations. We drove around and took some pictures and even drove around the airfield to the Baden Hills Golf Course which appears to be doing a great business. The day was beautiful (fallish) but a great day for golf - so much so that the ...
... for a table and having two beers and leaving for the next pub. Home at 10:30 or the ship leaves!! We had our friends Carol and Rob in our group so that made it fun. It was so loud everywhere we couldn't hear the guide. All the locals were so young and we looked like a group of fish out of water...or beer, as it were...We should have gone back to Papa Joe's and just listened to the fake musicians and soccer fans! ...
... will never be finished because of the magnitude of the maintenance task - in fact two sides had scaffolding up to support the ongoing maintenance program. It's front facade covers 750 sq metres and has 10,000 sq metres of lead light windows. It suffered 14 direct bomb hits during the war but was rebuilt. We declined the invitation the climb the 560 steps for what is reported as breathtaking views from the southern spire. I expect the climb up is more breathtaking than the ...
Martin's dressing in German lederhosen and cooking us a true Bavarian breakfast set a marvelous tone for the awaiting day of ventures. Martin drove us to the train station (the rain was drenching), and we had an hour and a half train ride to the Munich airport; then an hour flight to Frankfurt where we met some of our fellow river cruise mates and the Vantage team. Of course the coincidences started, as one of the five ...
... run by a portly man with long hair and a somewhat stained vest. He was friendly enough, and served up my currywurst with gusto. I got a replacement key card from the man at the front desk, and then had to go back down and get another one because I couldn't open my door. Finally inside, I chowed down on wurst and pommes, and had a beer.
I can't tell a lie, it was inconvenient and expensive, but something that I won't soon forget.