Hotel Roma e Rocca Cavour
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Very well located and helpful. Clean. Definitely three star overall accommodations rating but room is very comfortable. Due to urban location, it is quite noisy when the windows are open. It has everything I need. I would stay here again.
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It is long flight from Houston to Munich...almost 11 hours. But there was nobody on the seat next to me so it was very comfortable. But I was very glad to reach my hotel, shower, take a short restivo (mid afternoon nap) and then explore.
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