Busy working week? Just drop down the suitcase and choose to go to one of the nearby restaurants (3minutes walk). Work a bit in a nice and quite room? You can easily come here from airport by airport bus and than take a taxi (ca. 7 EUR) or walk. Telekom, DHL or University hospital are all close by as well as the city centre. You can iron, use the Nespresso or the hair dryer. Sleepy? All windows have shutters. If needed, we can drop a second mattress on the ground)
The most stupid thing is to buy olive oil, butter and plastic wrap, if you only stay for a couple of nights. That's at least my experience. So feel free to use mine. For all other food there is a city supermarket (REWE) on 5 minutes walking distance from here (open from 7am till 10pm during the weeks).
Feel free to use your room, bathroom and kitchen. The rest is the little empire of my daughter and me.
- I`m flexible with check-in time, but of course we have to agree upon when you more or less will come.
- My daughter and me love life. But our home is a place to find rest and peace. So please use your headphone whenever you feel like dancing ;-)
- Bathroom: Please do not shower before 7am and after 9pm.
- We love the Nordic countries and therefore love the habit of no shoes in the house. Please take them off.
- Kitchen: Please do not cook after 8pm. Of course you can always prepare cold dishes until 10pm. Please use the table in your own room to eat.
Hej I'm Maike. I'm passionated about everything I do. I am an author, speaker and consultant. I travel a lot to find out why other countries are more happy than the Germans are. My passion is to learn from others and to motivate others to learn. I love to meet new people, that's why I am also a host. I live in Bonn with Elisa, my 11 years old daughter. ...