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

      Exploring Rhine River!

      A travel blog entry by jackxy08 on Nov 23, 2014

      An hour drive from Trier, we finally reached Koblenz. Got to see a piece of Berlin wall, had a typical German meal Schweinshaxe (Pork Knuckle with mashed potato and Sauerkraut) pair with a local beer! Yum! After our meal, we headed to the cruise port for an hour ride to explore the Rhine River.


      Rhine valley to Munich (Germany)

      A travel blog entry by kikikiara on Jul 05, 2014

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      ... In the night, we went to the most famous beer house, the haufbraugh house. We had more steins then jumped in cabs to go clubbing, German style. Sam and the boys went slightly mental and had way too many shots to count, resulting in Sam being MIA with no one knowing where he was and very very sick the next day and almost missed the ...

      Amsterdam to Rhine valley, Germany

      A travel blog entry by kikikiara on Jul 04, 2014

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      ... to get to Germany! After a few hours of driving, we reached the Rhine valley and drove down the mountains with the beautiful view of vineyards covering the entire landscape. We had dinner of roast beef and weird noodle things at a German restaurant, then walked down the street to an underground cellar, where we got to taste the Rhine valley's famous wines. The "ice wine", a famous, prestigious dessert wine was super sweet. They're only able to create the wine in winters where ...

      France > Belgium > Luxembourg > Germany

      A travel blog entry by k9nny on Jun 29, 2014

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      ... blew a cloud of cigarette smoke into the air, and added that she was praying for rain. After pitching the tent we took a walk along the riverbank, and then into town for some window food shopping. In the absence of English translations and sunshine faded pictures, we were without a clue. We returned to the tent hungry, the clouds rolled in and the campground owner got her wish. In the morning Nikki took a 2 hour shower and I ...

      Cycling Part Two - where are we now?

      A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Jun 17, 2013

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      ... medieval castle) on the other side of the Rhine from Koblenz. The boat trip provided another great way to see the castles. As we were going with the very fast current we made the trip in about 3 hours. It is 4.5 hours heading up stream. The remnants of the flooding are still very evident. A week earlier and we would have been fighting traffic on the road. In many places the water marks were almost 2 feet above the path.

      We rode back into Koblenz and the ...