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Penzion Muran, Stefanova, Slovakia
Slovakia

Vybrať si môžete z ponuky nealkoholických a alkoholických nápojov. Môžete si taktiež vybrať z dennej ponuky jedál. Raňajky podávame formou švédskych stolov.

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Uploaded: 11/01/2013
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