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Germany 2015 for a large family

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My family and I are looking to spend 2-3 weeks in June 2015 touring Germany. We will have my husband and I, 5 kids (20-7), and Grandma and Grandpa. We are interested in visiting WWII sites, castles, kid friendly sites, small villages, etc. We plan on driving and are not sure if we will need to rent one big van (do they come big enough?) or two cars. My biggest concern with a family of this size is where to stay! We don't really plan on being in one area long enough to rent an apartment. I'm wondering if anyone can give me an idea of what we can expect as far as accommodations go. We are very early in the planning process and I figured this was a good place to start. Any tips and/or suggestions regarding traveling Europe/Germany with a large family would be appreciated! Thanks!

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