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Hotel Availability in Bavaria, Switzerland and Dolomites in Mid-September?

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Hello all,

New member here. Picking up a new vehicle in Munich Sept. 12 and planning 10 days of Bavarian Alps, driving Swiss Alpine passes, swimming Lake Como, Passo Stelvio on a bike and back to Munich. We would rather not make reservations for each spot, preferring to find "OK" accommodation in various locations rather than needing to "choreograph" each day.

Will there be vacancies Sept 12 to 21? Any suggestions?

Thanks, pilotmcc

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