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Frankfurt to Munich alternative driving route

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We leave in 6 weeks, arriving into Frankfurt 7am on a Saturday and collecting car at the airport. We will be meeting friends in Munich the next day, picking them up from the Munich airport at 1pm. We will all then spend 3 nights in Munich before spending 3 days exploring the area around Rothenburg and the Romantic Road.

My question is, dh & I will stop somewhere along the way for one night between Frankfurt & Munich, but would like to spend it somewhere really nice/pretty/scenic. Any suggestions on a route for us to take from Frankfurt, remembering we will be in Rothenburg area later on? Maybe a special little 'out of the way' little town/village that you love? Or somewhere that has an amazing restaurant that would be worthwhile stopping for, food & wine are 'our thing', along with scenery and interesting walks. Actually now that I think of it...........a small village to walk around, maybe a garden or two and a terrific restaurant would be a great way to spend our first day. ;-)

Thanks as always.

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