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Frankfurt to Munich - One day and night stop???

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Ok so my husband, friend and I will be traveling the first week of November to Germany as the middle part of our annual Europe Trip. We will be flying into Frankfurt from London and heading down to Munich. Since we are taking the train between Frankfurt and Munich we wanted to make a stop somewhere along the way (full day and night) just to see a bit more of Germany. Problem is we have no idea where to stop. I would like to visit a smallish town where we could walk around easily and explore at our leisure while having some good food and drinking at pubs. Does anyone have any suggestions and reasons why? We are all in our early 30s if that matters.

Thank you kindly in advance!

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