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My wife and I are planning a mid-summer trip to Germany and, like most, want to see the most we can with the least stress. We have considered both rail and a car rental and have begun to lean toward the car to give us access to more remote locations. Essentially, we would like to see it all and recognize that to be an impossibility. If folks can suggest soome "must see" sites and general itineraries we would be most appreciative. I spent a year in "West Germany" many years ago and assume we will have an entirely different adventure.

Thank you, in advance, for your thoughful suggestions.

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