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Help with best route- Crazy American here....

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So I have had various postings planning a trip over the summer. I have had tremendous assistance and have made major changes based on advice here. I am having difficulties with the ending part of my journey so here is what I have:
Days 1 and 2 Amsterdam
Days 3,4,5 Berlin
days 6,7,8 Prague
days 9,10 Salzburg
Days 11,12,13 Munich
Days 15, 16 Fussen
Days 17,18,19,20 Switzerland and here is where the problem lies... What is the easiest way to get from Fussen to Saas Fee, Zermatt area. This is where we would like to stay but would like a scenic train ride along the way. I also have a six yr old boy so I don't want him to be stuck on a forever rail ride and we are traveling via rail.... We can also jockey around Munich, Fussen and Salzburg to make a more smooth journey.
Day 21 Rudesheim
Day22 fly out

I know it is a bit fast paced. We are not the type to visit many museums, more outdoors, parks, architecture, etc. We are used to journeys like this in the states... Thank you in advance.

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