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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Agneshof Nuremberg
Excellent location, very courteous and friendly staff, clean and functional accommodation (except no aircon) and the best breakfast going. Only $88 AUD via Agora an absolute bargain. Stay nowhere else!
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