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What German towns/areas can I visit where little English is spoken?

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I want to spend some time in Germany in towns where English isn't commonly spoken. I want attractive destinations, perhaps places more commonly visited by Germans rather than by English speakers.

When I was in Lubbenau, the receptionist at my hotel said her English wasn't good, so we used German. Since Lubbenau was part of East Germany, I assumed she learned Russian rather than English as her foreign language in school.

I tend to get lazy and lapse into English rather than German. Even in the advanced German classes I'm now taking, I get lazy and speak English.

Any suggestions?

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