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B & B/Boutique Hotels in Berlin and Munich

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A friend and I are going to Germany in September. Looking for suggestions of places to stay. We prefer B & B's or Boutique Hotels since they offer the best personalized service.

We also plan to spend a few days in Strausbourg and would appreciate any lodging recommendations there as well.

Next part of our journey will be Mosel Valley/Rhine. From reading forums, it seems Cochem is a good base for that area. Does that make sense? Is there a better "base city" from which to explore those areas? Any lodging recommendations?

Tentative itinerary for a 2 week trip:
Berlin 4 days
Strausbourg 2 days
Mosel/Rhine 4 days
Munich 4 days

Open to suggestions. So far only our flights are booked so there is still a lot of flexibillity.

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