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Europe w/Kids Summer 2012-need itinerary help!

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Hi! I am interested in planning a 2-week trip to Europe with my boys- ages 9 and 12-early summer 2012. Having done the Eurail as a young teen, I'd love to do the trip with them this way as well. I envision back packs, trains and hostels. Obviously-money is an issue! Low to moderate will be best!
We have Family in southern Germany, so we plan to visit with them a few days. Would like to include Switzerland, Austria, Italy-and, if possible, Greece in our itinerary.
I am just starting my research so I am looking for advice on where to fly in and out (same airports or different?-coming from NYC/PHILLY, PA) Eurail to these places, what do to and see, etc.
Any and all advice and ideas are welcome! Thanks so much!

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