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Help planning travel/housing for trip to Munich/Berlin/London

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I am heading to Munich in May (short notice, for me at least!) to travel with my college aged son (who is finishing up a semester abroad) and a college aged friend. He's been in Munich since January and knows his way around comfortably. When I and the friend arrive, we are going to need travel from airport to hotel, need a hotel for 4 nights for 3 people, and need transportation back to the hotel.

From Munich, we are taking a train to Berlin (need train tickets) for 3 nights (need housing for 3) and need a train pass for the stay.

From Berlin we are flying to London (need plane tickets and transportation to hotel), need housing for 3 nights, and need a bus or train pass for the stay.

I am really at a loss how to best find these things and would appreciate any direction you guys can offer. We do travel quite a bit in the states, and I have been able to book flights and hotels and activities here for quite a number of cities. Not sure why I'm having trouble with the international travel plans, but I am.

I would like to stay at comfortable places but do not need 5 star accomodations. I know it is more expensive to house 3 people in a hotel than 2. I would like to keep hotel costs to around $150-$200 per night if possible. As far as train/plane tickets, cheapest we can go is what I'm looking for. And as far as transportation around the cities we are visiting, I am pretty sure there are city passes/weekly passes, but I don't know where to find those things.

Thank you so much for steering me in the right direction!

Karen

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