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Question about a rate quote

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I found a place that I would really like to stay at in Pienza, particularly when I saw on their website that their rate is 65 euro per night. I sent an inquiry about my dates and the proprietor email me back promptly to confirm my dates were available, but quoted me a price of 100 euro. Is it rude of me to ask her about the difference in price? I don't want to get off on the wrong foot - she seems like a very nice person and I don't want to offend. I can stay my original length of time if the price is 65 euro, but at 100 euro, I might have to cut short a day. What do you think? I have not been to Italy before, so don't know if quoted rates are open for negotiation or not. Thanks for any advice!

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