Akzent Hotel am Hohenzollernplatz
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
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... only just fits 2 people side by side, but we love a challenge.
We set off, Luke led the way with me following, about 200 steps in people started letting us pass them as I think they started to realise steep stair climbing is not easy and the family behind were not about to stop!! 300 in and Luke started to let some big puffs out but mum was not going to let him stop....a few Becisms 'this is when you get stronger' later we were at the top. Ok we may have got ...
... for a grand dinner and a wonderful piano recital. The castle started as a grand Gothic moated castle built at the end of the 14th century. It changed hands several times until it was taken over by Baron von Solemacher in 1896. In 1908 Prince Carl- Anton von Hohenzollern and his wife Princess Josephine and used as a residence. ...
Today was a journey through Germany to the Rhine Valley. We stopped off at the Dachau Concentration Camp and did a quick tour through the camp. It gave us quite a feeling of shock and astonishment. The grounds are so quiet, even the atmosphere around the concentration camp is quiet and still. We walked into the museum and then the gas chambers which were quite cold and gave you quite a sick feeling. After the morning spent in the concentration camps, we headed off to ...
... more than 1,000 years ago. Bonn was granted a full municipal charter in 1243 and in the 16th century the electors and archbishops of Cologne chose Bonn as their capital and city of residence. Their magnificent palaces and buildings still bring baroque splendour to the city. During the period of German separation following WWII Bonn was made provisional capital city from 1949 to 1990 and the seat of the German federal government up until 1999. ...
... to transfer to our train so had to wait until 9am to get our first coffee in Mainz. Mainz has a nice Hauptbahnhof with all of the regular shops like McDonalds, Starbucks and Ditsch, which sell Bretzels and coffee. We weren’t keen on spending a Euro each to use the toilets, so we waited until we caught our connecting train at 9:30am to Bonn.
The train to Bonn isn’t a great one. It is called the Mittelrheinbahn and is pretty slow, stopping at every ...