Anker Hotel-Restaurant

Address: Rheinuferstr 46, Kamp-Bornhofen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Rheinuferstr 46, Kamp-Bornhofen, is near Marksburg Castle, Hunsruckbahn Boppard/Rhein - Emmelshausen, and Burg Maus.
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      Travel Blogs from Kamp-Bornhofen

      Rudesheim, The Rhine Gorge and Cologne

      A travel blog entry by redmonds on Dec 31, 2014

      1 comment, 27 photos

      ... bring home. The cellars date back to 1580. Most vineyards are 10-25 acres in size and all are privately owned.

      Ros went on the mini train to Siegfried's Musik Kabinett a museum of old music machines housed in an building one room of which had original stone floorings in it dating back to the 12C. We met up afterwards for a walk through the town before re-boarding the ship and cruising to Cologne along the Rhine Gorge.

      The Rhine ...

      Morning cruising & Koblenz

      A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 18, 2014

      59 photos

      ... This is situated below the 12th century family castle of the former counts of Sayn. We met the Prince Alexander of Sayn-Wittgenstein and he led us through the majority of the palace. He does not live their with his wife Princess Gabriela, they both live on the 25 acre property in a "more comfortable house", as he described it. They had 7 children. Henry & Alexander live with ...

      Mainz & Rudesheim

      A travel blog entry by nvs on Dec 17, 2014

      2 comments, 103 photos

      ... selectors who were representatives of the people and these voted to elect the emperor but like a lot of political processes was highly predictable as to who they would elect eg family dynasties, powerful lords or surprise surprise, whoever could raise a lot of money to influence their vote. Things have changed much throughout the world today. We then went to visit the Gutenberg museum named famously after Gutenberg who invented the printing ...

      Rhinevalley, where everyones secrets come alive..

      A travel blog entry by allencody18 on Aug 05, 2014

      well welcome to the Rhine Valley our tour guide chloe said... my first thought was welcome to bum**** nowhere where the food is absolute poo and the town is absolutely dead but pretty, so heres what happened in the Rhine Valley..
      so we went and find our rooms for the night i was sharing a room with my close friend Sammy Aupair and another girl called Tia, most of the people on our tour went on a wine tasting tour except for some aka me,sammy aupair, Rach, Jesse who were meant to ...

      The Rhine Gorge and Rüdesheim

      A travel blog entry by wendypaul on Jul 30, 2013

      18 photos

      ... we went into Rüdesheim and had a 'train' ride up to the centre of town. There we went into Siegfried's Mechanical Music Instrument Museum which was absolutely amazing. We had several different instruments demonstrated. From there we went to a restaurant where we were given a special coffee which started with sugar in the bottom which was caramelized by heating, brandy was added, then coffee, whipped cream and some chocolate on ...