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Super

AdvantagesLots of history, plenty to see and do

DisadvantagesNot everyones choice of a day out

...The small Derbyshire village of Eyam is most famous for its association with the bubonic plague in the 17th century. The plague was brought here from London in 1666 via infected cloth and within just a few weeks over half of the population of Eyam had died. Many people are drawn here by this moving story and those that know the story well will know that that the Church of St Lawrence that stands...

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Excellent

AdvantagesExtremely friendly owners & staff. Stunning location. Glorious Gourmet Food & cater for vegans

DisadvantagesNone

...and transferred with the Austrian efficiency that we have experienced on past visits. By George The exterior of the Hotel St Georg is traditional and in my opinion attractive. Nestled in a beautiful location which has a river running along the front - this sounds lovely. The building is well maintained and clean. A good sized car park runs along the front and side of the hotel - though few cars were...

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Super

AdvantagesFriendly, inexpensive, good food, swimming pool.

DisadvantagesLots of street noise on the lower floors. That's all really.

...? St Joseph's is a low budget three star Hotel situated about 100 yards from the banks of the river Nile. The hotel is owned by three brothers and staffed by some of the friendliest hotel staff I have ever had the pleasure to meet. It seemed to me that it was a 3 star hotel staffed by people with a 5 star mentality! It is situated on one of the busiest roads in Luxor and we spent many an hour...

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