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August accomodations

Milwaukee, WI
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August accomodations

We are planning a short stay in early august. I have looked at many reviews and there seems to be no shortage of good places to stay. We are looking for a good centrally located hotel or B&B for a couple of nights. We would prefer one that has air conditioning due to the time of year that we are visiting. It seems most all of them have excellent restaurants within walking distance so breakfast being included, although a bonus, is not necessary. Location is probably the most important as we plan on walking almost everywhere. This is our first trip to Europe and we would love some suggestions.

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1. Re: August accomodations

It does not have air, but I would highly recommend Absoluut Verhulst B and B. We walked everywhere we wanted in the city from there. They serve a great breakfast and will really take care of you with suggestions for eating, touring, etc ...

Thessaloniki, Greece
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2. Re: August accomodations


brugge generally is walkable small very-very charming town.you going to love it.try sofitel hotel which has also a swimming pool and is very romantic.also novotel hotel much more modern with a swimming pool also.both have air-conditioning.

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