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Visiting Kutzenhausen for the 1st time: info needed
Posted by: George Brown (ID *****7131) Date: January 04, 2005 at 07:20:26
In Reply to: Cedar Rapids, York, Kutzenhausen by Richard Stambaugh of 362

Grettings All,
George Brown from Salt Lake City here, (descended from the Robert Fleming/Betty Stambauch branch). I'll be in Germany on business this Spring and will diverting over for a brief overnight visit to Kutzenhausen.

I'm wondering about accomodations for the night while we're there. Knowing Kutzenhausen is so small, is the Inn (B&B?) across the street from the Maison Rurale the best, or the only, option for staying a night there? If a room is available @ the inn that night, the idea of sleeping across the street from Felix Stambach's house is intriguing, to say the least. ('Wondrous' might be a better term.)

So, to anyone who has been there, is the inn a warm, comfortable place to sleep? How much did it cost (Euros?) for a night's stay, and do the folks there speak English if I call them for a reservation? My French is pretty lame.

Also, how far away are some of the larger towns nearby? Any specific places to stay close by that anyone recommends?

Any info would be very greatly appreciated. This is our 1st time to visit Europe and we feel really 'green'.

George Brown


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