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Winging it in the Alps

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I'm tempted to travel without reservations in the Alps in late August and September, 2014. I'll confine my travels to the German-speaking areas of Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.

I will have reservations in Garmisch and Innsbruck, but since I'm not sure where else I want to go, I was thinking of winging it. I'd travel mostly by car, except for those two destinations.

I'll be traveling solo, and I usually pay between $100 and $130 per night for a hotel.

I won't be looking for a hiking destination. I like to walk around town, but not to hike.

In your opinion, how likely will it be that I'll be able to get a room at a hotel, pension or B&B for a reasonable price without reservation?

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