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Germany and where else for 2-3 weeks

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Hello everyone. My husband and I are taking our kids (11 and 14) to Europe late summer 2012. The kids travel well and have lots of energy- so that will help, I'm sure. We have family in Germany and also want to squeeze in a few other destinations while there. We were thinking France, Italy, Austria OR Spain (I know it is impossible to do all of these other countries- in 2-3 weeks). My questions: 1. Which 2(?) other countries are best to include? 2. Should we use Eurail or rent a car? 3. Any "can't miss" spots we should include? It has been 10 years since I was in Europe and I was alone- so I KNOW this trip will be much different. Thanks in advance for any help with these questions and anything else you'd like to share.

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