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Help with transportation and itinerary

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We will be travelling to and from Frankfurt the beginning of May for 15 days. We will take the train to Berlin after arrival and stay for 5 days ( too much?) and I have booked a place in Baiersbronn near the end of the trip for 4 days. We are thinking of going to the Mosel valley for the middle of the trip. We like hiking and biking. We also like staying in one place and taking day trips. I am unsure how to get around after Berlin (train back to Frankfurt and rent a car? Train everywhere?). Any suggestions regarding transportation or itinerary would be appreciated. We also have two days before we leave with nothing planned. Heidelberg? Thank you!

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