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Really nice hotel, located on the outskirts of the city. Lovely staff - very helpful. Great breakfast and Wifi
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... hours with Kathy taking many photos of Sazburg from the incredible vantage point it offered.
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... their very first trip to Europe. We parked, a little farther away than we had hoped, but that was our own doing, not because of crowds. A bit of an overcast day, so not as sunny as the last time we were here in September of 1997.
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