TravelPod Member ReviewsMiyakonojo Wing International Hotel
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... a old
bricked up station and just had to go and investigate.
old station was once called "Campodazzo Atzwang". The building was
still in good condition but sadly vandals have got inside and smashed all the
inside all the old books and even some old keys were still laying there on a
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