Acora Hotel Und Wohnen Bonn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Westpreussenstrasse 20-30, Bonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, 53119, Germany
Acora und Wohnen Bonn
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Day for seniors

by Riverview

We are two seniors with only one day in Bonn. Is there a museum or a botanical garden that you could recommend? Antiques, shopping area? Can anyone recommend a shop where I can buy table linens, household goods, kitchen stuff?? Any recommendations are greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Re: Day for seniors

by GrumpyDiver

How about Bonngasse 20 - Beethoven House. This is where the composer was born and the museum there is worth the visit.

Re: Day for seniors

by christine.j

There is the museum "Haus der Geschichte" - History House, which I liked very much, but that's a matter of interest, of course.
I don't remember if there were any explanations in English,though, their homepage is German only.
http://www.hdg.de/stiftung/

The same is true for the botanical gardens, no English on the homepage, which is not a good idea for a former capital.
http://www.botgart.uni-bonn.de/

Right in the centre of Bonn there is the department store Kaufhof, where you can buy household goods, linnen etc. That's one of the better department stores, but their homepage is, you guessed it, German only.
The cafeteria in the Kaufhof stores is very good, much better than the usual department store eating place.
http://www.galeria-kaufhof.de/sales/coco/co_filialen_011_nrw_03_bonn_01.asp

Re: Day for seniors

by abalada

Bonn has a fairly compact shopping area, nearly all of it a pedestrian zones.
household goods (only members of the Bonn City-Marketing club are listed)
http://www.bonn-city.de/index.php?id=32&tt_address_pi1[group]=23&tt_address_pi1[back]=14

I would also suggest the Beethoven House as museum. Directly in the old city.
http://www.beethoven-haus-bonn.de/sixcms/detail.php?template=startseite_museum_en

The Haus der Geschichte (House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany) is part of the Museum Mile in the old government district.
http://www.hdg.de/stiftung/haus-der-geschichte-der-bundesrepublik-deutschland-foundation/
http://www.bonn-region.de/english/culture-art/museumsmeile.html
It's also an interesting museum. And it's free.
Behind the government district there is also the Rheinaus, one of the larger parks in Bonn. And along the old city and the former government district you have a nice river promenade.


brochure: Parks in Bonn
http://www.bonn.de/umwelt_gesundheit_planen_bauen_wohnen/amt_fuer_stadtgruen/parks_und_strassengruen/index.html?lang=de&download=M3wBUQCu%2F8ulmKDu36WenojQ1NTTjaXZnqWfVpzLhmfhnapmmc7Zi6rZnqCkkIN4e3Z%2BbKbXrZ2lhtTN34al3p6YrY7P1oah162apo3X1cjYh2%2BhoJRn6w%3D%3D

Re: Day for seniors

by Riverview

Thanks for your reply. We've been to Beethoven houses in Vienna, Salzburg and other places where he lived. I'm sure we'll enjoy this museum.

Re: Day for seniors

by Riverview

We'll definitely visit that museum. Thank you.

Travel Tips for Bonn

Pedestrian crossing

by jo104

This is an example of a pedestrian crossing - obviously at the moment it is not safe to cross.
The hand will turn green & an audible sound should be heard, please take care when crossing main roads.

Recommended on the Right Bank

by RhineRoll about Lax

The Lax is a true culinary highlight in Beuel, Bonn's biggest district on the right bank of the Rhine. The Italian chef has good connections to fish suppliers so there are a couple of good fish dishes on the menu which is basically Italian but includes a lot of international dishes.

More Bierbourse

by bonio

As I said earlier, besides all the food and beer there is live music too. In 2002 the headline act, there were several others on first, was Manfred Mann's Earthband - one of my favorites - and very popular throughout Germany it seems by the huge crowd that turned up to watch.

Take the Rhein-Ahr-Express

by RhineRoll

The Rhein-Ahr-Express is a regular train connection between Bonn Hauptbahnhof and the Ahrtal, which is famous for its wonderful red wines. Popular stops along this route are Remagen, Ahrweiler, Dernau and Altenahr. There are literally hundreds of vineries and restaurants to sample the wine, so it makes very good sense to use the train and leave the car at home :-)) Hourly departures from Bonn. The journey time depends a bit on where you are getting off in the Ahr valley but is somewhere between 30 minutes and 1 hour. One more example that Germany has a very dense and excellent railway network. For railway freaks: The trains employed belong to the Bombardier Talent series which are quite often seen in German regional rail networks.

Cycling around Bonn, Eifel and Middle Rhine Valley

by tremendopunto

"Die Grüne Hölle"

This is a marathon race on the famous Formular One racing track called "Nuerburgring", also known as the Green Hell. Two cycling worldchampionships already took place on this track with climbs of up to 18% steep. On the downhill part of the "Fuchsroehre" you reach a speed of more than 100 km/h - even during rainfall I reached 86 km/h with 20mm thin tyres on slippery wet asphalt. After several rounds,each one of 20km plus 3km of the new track, youll find a new definition of pain;-)
In 2004 you could choose between a 24h race (as a single or team rider)where you have to do as many rounds as possible, or you take a distance of 3, 5, or 6 rounds (only single rider) which you have to do as quick as possible. I took the 5 rounds which are 115km - doesnt sound much, BUT each round has an altitude difference of 500m. That means you climb 2500 vertical meters with some very steep parts. That is more than climbing the Col du Galibier during the Tour de France....... maybe that gives a better impression.
But it is a great track, you love and hate it at the same time!

"Need for speed!"

"Die Hohe Acht mit 18% Steigung im Schlussanstieg"

A good reason to climb this part each time was the food station on top of it.....
a good motivation ;-)
But just grab something to drink, you cant eat with that heartbeat after the climb anyway.

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