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Stayed at Albero Toscana and was greeted by Susie and her colleague at the front desk. This is a converted home just a few minutes walk from the ferry stop in Bad Schandau, they ferry is a super convenient and beautiful way to get from...More
The Hotel Albergo Toscana was a great little hotel. The hotel is on the edge of the small town and has free car parking. It is easy and safe to walk into the centre for the various bars and restaurants. This was a very good...More
We stayed overnight on a bicycle trip from Dresden to Prague, and the Toscana was just right. Clean, efficient, friendly, with a large and well equipped room. Breakfast set us up for the day, although the coffee machine was not working and we had to...More
Best hotel we have stayed in. Staff were so delightful and pleasant - couldn't be more helpful. Food was fabulous, perfect coffee. Kids welcomed. Had a 5 E lunch deal to take away. Rooms were big, beds very comfortable. All just perfect !
Loved everything about this newly renovated hotel except the climb to our 3rd floor room, no lift. Breakfast was lovely, the place is super clean, there's a little fridg with drinks you can help yourself to and just give the desk the count at the...More
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US$85 - US$115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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This was my 3rd trip to the former East Germany, and while I would say in general, the level of English spoken is a little lower than the former West, I did not find it a problem. Most people involved with the tourist... More
This was my 3rd trip to the former East Germany, and while I would say in general, the level of English spoken is a little lower than the former West, I did not find it a problem. Most people involved with the tourist industry - hotels, restaurants, certainly information points have very good knowledge of English. While I have never hiked in a planned way, Germany excels a both maps and directional signs. You certainly could get an insight into what is available (in English) by doing a web search at the various "official" sites - usually the town name followed by (dot) d e - (posting rules would not allow the d and e to be together as they should be.) Look for a US/English flag symbol to get it in English.
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"No lift, so lower floors if that's a problem for you."