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I can't really recommend this place as, though I knew the rooms were small, the rooms were stifling with no air flow whatsoever. One of the staff was quite rude when I went upstairs and asked to use a fan for the night. The worker scoffed that no one on the boat ever needs a fan, nor has asked for one. This claim was made despite the fact that there are 3 fans running in the "lobby"!
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... other than European tourists, that many Brits visit here. Marc Long, please confirm if this is on the Pommy Tourist Trail? This is the first place that I have been when in two days I have not heard an Anglo accent in the streets. Apart from engaging with hotel and other customer service staff I did not hear any English when walking the streets of Aachen.
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