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Fairy Tale Road

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I have read many of the posts regarding the Fairy Tale Road and it sounds very quaint with small villages with half timbered houses. Here is my situation. We will travel to Germany late November and early Dec. with our 30 year old daughter. We will only have a little over two weeks with her and we will have an additional 4 days for ourselves. My origianal plan was to lay over in London beforehand and revisit some of those sites since it has been 13 years since we have been there but then I thought maybe instead we should add the time to Germany and do the Fairy Tale Rd. While my daughter is with us we will do the Romantic Rd. and I am thinking that sounds pretty similiar to the Fairy Tale Rd. How are the Fairy Tale Road and Bavarian area (Romantic Rd) the same or different. Thanks for your input.

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