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May 20, 2010


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Mary T

wow - this does look like it is straight out of Bavaria - nice photos!


That sounds like such a fun place to stay!

Dominique King

Mary-It's sort of a fantasy version of Bavarian I'd guess. I did like how they tied into the area's history with the guest room themes, though.

Gypsy-The Bavarian Inn is a really family resort, and I'd guess kids would have a great time there. I think staying when we did was one of the better times for a couple to stay...nice, quiet, and we didn't have to go out in the rain (especially at night) if we didn't want to do so :)

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