Herzlich willkommen im 4* President Hotel Bonn Freuen Sie sich auf ein schickes Domizil ganz in der Nähe des Poppelsdorfer Schlosses, des Botanischen Gartens und des Bonner Stadtzentrums. Die Zimmer (Größe ca. 20 qm) des gut bewerteten President Hotels Bonn sind geschmackvoll, elegant und modern eingerichtet. Sie sind unter anderem mit Badezimmer mit Dusche/WC, Sat-TV, Safe, Kühlschrank, Telefon, Klimaanlage, Tablets und W-LAN ausgestattet. Im Hotelrestaurant Clementine beginnen Sie Ihren Tag mit einem köstlichen Frühstück im schönen Ambiente. Abends können Sie im Bistro gutbürgerliche Gerichte genießen. Im Außenbereich bietet sich eine schöne Sonnenterrasse. Verbringen Sie ein wunderbares Wochenende in Bonn! Die alte Universitätsstadt ist immer ein lohnenswertes Ziel: Ob Sie nun am Rhein, im Hofgarten oder durch die schöne Fußgängerzone mit sehr guten Shoppingmöglichkeiten flanieren möchten, in die Oper oder ins Museum gehen wollen – hier gibt es einfach alles. Vor allem kulturell bietet die ehemalige Hauptstadt viele Highlights. Besuchen Sie das Bonner Münster, das Alte Rathaus oder die berühmte Museumsmeile mit dem Kunstmuseum und dem Haus der Geschichte. Bonn ist außerdem als Beethovenstadt bekannt: Im Jahr 1770 wurde der weltweit bekannte deutsche Komponist und Pianist Ludwig van Beethoven hier geboren. Die Spuren seiner Kunst sind überall in der Stadt zu erkennen. Über seinen Lebensweg wird im Beethovenhaus ausführlich erzählt. Besichtigen Sie unbedingt das Poppelsdorfer Schloss. Vom President Hotel sind es gerade einmal 4 Gehminuten bis zu dem barocken Anwesen. Erbaut vom berühmten Architekten Balthasar Neumann beherbergt es neben der naturwissenschaftlichen Sammlung der Bonner Universität auch das Mineralogische Museum mit Gesteinen aus aller Welt. Daneben liegt der herrliche Botanische Garten mit einer Vielfalt an Pflanzenarten, die weltweit ihresgleichen sucht. Allein zehn Gewächshäuser laden zum Verweilen ein.
Erscheinungsdatum: 02/2010, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: President of Germany, Titelzusatz: Germany, Head of State, Bellevue Palace (Germany), Horst Köhler, Hammerschmidt Villa, Bonn, Weimar Constitution, Wilhelm II, German Emperor, Redaktion: Surhone, Lambert M. // Timpledon, Miriam T. // Marseken, Susan F., Verlag: Betascript Publishers, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 204, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 320 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
What is it really like to work in the White House? Is it more like The West Wing or House of Cards? Do you have to put your tray table up on Air Force One? Is the President any good at basketball? What do you call him when you talk to him? How do you pick the people the president meets with? Is he really that cool, or is it an act? West Winging It pulls the drapes back on life in the White House, offering an insider's glimpse of what it's really like - from the minutiae to the momentous - to work at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. This brilliant book provides a front-row seat to history as, for the first time, millennials ran the country - a classic fish-out-of-the-water story, only these fish are trying to run the United States of America. With cameos from Barack Obama, Joe Biden and a colourful collection of characters in the form of staffers, Secret Service agents and slippery journalists, West Winging It is a truly unique take on one of the most unique offices in the world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Pat Cunanne. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bonn/000002/bk_bonn_000002_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Roy Jenkins follows up Churchill with a book of a very different shape - short and semi-autobiographical, but also full of the wit and erudition which made that book such a success. Each of the 12 cities are described with a mixture of architectural interest, topographical insight, and personal anecdote. Jenkins includes three British cities: Cardiff, which was the metropolis of his Monmouthshire childhood; Birmingham, which he represented in Parliament for 27 years; and Glasgow, which aroused in him an enthusiasm far transcending politics. Further afield there is Paris; Brussels, where he lived for four years as president of the European Commission; Bonn; Berlin, surveyed from its pre-war splendour through to its architectural resurgence of the 1990s; Naples; and Barcelona. From Lord Jenkins's over a hundred visits to North America, there emerge highly personal recollections of New York and a more objective view of Chicago. Dublin, so near to home and yet so distant, makes up the dozen. Twelve Cities is a fascinating and sparkling collection from one of our very finest writers. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Simon Russell Beale. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/macm/000356/bk_macm_000356_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Hamid Karzai is the 12th President of Afghanistan, taking office on December 7, 2004. He became a dominant political figure after the removal of the Taliban government in late 2001. During the Bonn Conference in Germany, on December 5, 2001, Karzai was selected by prominent Afghan political figures to serve a six months term as Chairman of the Transitional Administration. He was then chosen for a two years term as the Interim President during the 2002 Loya Jirga in Kabul, Afghanistan. After the 2004 presidential election, Karzai won and became President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. He then won the 2009 presidential election after his opponent withdrew from the run-off race
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rukmini Varma (b.1940) is an Indian artist based in Bangalore. Born as H.H. Princess Bharani Thirunal Rukmini Bayi to H.H. Princess Uthram Thirunal Lalithamba Bayi and Sri. Kerala Varma Avargal, she is a granddaughter of Maharani Sethu Lakshmi Bayi and belongs to the Travancore Royal Family. Her great great grandfather was Raja Ravi Varma. Her father Kerala Varma is an artist specializing in charcoal and pencil sketches while her son Jay Varma is a colored pencil artist. Into the 1960s Mrs. Varma became interested in dance forms like Bharatanatyam, Kathak, Kathakali etc. and has performed on stage. She also established her own dance school in 1965 in Bangalore. She has held several art exhibitions such as the "Conch and the Cauvery" exhibition of 1974 in Delhi which was opened by President V.V. Giri. She has exhibited her paintings in London (1976, opened by Lord Mountbatten), Jehangir Art Gallery, Bombay (1981), Bonn, Cologne and Neuenahr, Germany (1975) etc.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Eulenburg was born in Wicken near Bartenstein to Botho Heinrich zu Eulenburg (1804 1879) and Therese née von Dönhoff (1806 1882). He studied law at the universities of Königsberg and Bonn. Eulenburg worked in high positions of the Prussian administration in Wiesbaden (1869 1872), Metz (1872 1873) and Hanover (1873 1878). In March 1878 Eulenburg succeeded his first cousin once removed Friedrich Albrecht zu Eulenburg as Minister of the Interior, serving under Bismarck. He implemented a series of repressive anti-socialist measures. From 1881 to 1892 he was the president of the province of Hesse-Nassau. In 1892, he was appointed Prime Minister of Prussia in succession to Leo von Caprivi, who however remained Chancellor of Germany. Though Caprivi had recommended the experienced administrator Eulenburg for this appointment, the new prime minister soon made life difficult for Caprivi, and often thought of pressing for his removal. Both Caprivi and Eulenburg were eventually dismissed by Wilhelm II following the renewal of anti-Socialist moves (and an anti-subversion bill) in 1894.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The President of Germany (known in German as Bundespräsident, or Präsident for short) is Germany's head of state. The position is largely a ceremonial one, with the president acting in accordance with the advice and directives of the legislature. The federal president is elected by the Federal Convention, a body established solely for that purpose. The first official residence of the President is the Bellevue Palace in Berlin. The President's second official residence is the Hammerschmidt Villa in Bonn. The current office-holder is Horst Köhler, elected in 2004 and re-elected in 2009.
This volume contains the proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Critical Information Infrastructures Security (CRITIS 2009). The workshopwas held from September 30 to October 2 in the Gunnewig Hotel Bristol in Bonn, Germany. TheworkshopwasorganizedbytheFraunhoferInstituteforIntelligent Analysis and Information Systems (IAIS), Sankt Augustin, Germany. CRITIS 2009 continued the series of successful CRITIS Workshops. Com- nies,researchinstitutions,andgovernmentalorganizationsfromallmainareasof critical infrastructures took an active part in supporting CRITIS and we found CRITIS 2009 both exciting and informative. The selected papers addressed a range of key issues and demonstrated the ubiquity and global importance of - formation infrastructures. Each paper had at least three independent technical reviews and we accepted 13 full papers out of 34 submissions. We were very fortunate in having a range of invited speakers that c- ered policy, research and industry perspectives. James Smith from Los Alamos National Laboratory addressed the challenges and achievements in their work on Large-Scale Modeling and Simulation of Critical Infrastructure. Orestis Terzidis, Vice President SAP AG, talked on the The Internet for Energy: P- spectives and Challenges. Continuing with the energy theme, Alla Heidenreich, from SIEMENS AG, Corporate Research and Technologies (Germany) provided her insights on the Secure ICT Infrastructure for the Future Power Grid. Critical infrastructure protection is an area where an e?ective private public partnership is required. A government perspective was provided by Michael P- germann, German Ministry of the Interior, who talked on German strategy - garding CIIP.