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Itinerary help Romantic Road/Bavaria

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My husband and I are age 70 and 68, planning to do a driving trip in early September, 2014. We plan to begin with a few days in and around Rothenburg (stay at Hotel Klosterstuble), and heading toward either Mittenwald (have heard it's lovely) or Fussen, visiting the castles, then ending in Munich to fly home. My husband is a beer lover but it's not big on my list. We like great food, culture, nature, and meeting lovely people. I'm not optimistic about German food but am hoping for pleasant surprise. We need help with the middle 4-5 days, along with lodging recommendations. We don't want to tangle with big city traffic and prefer the beauty and tranquility of small villages. Also, would you recommend flying into Frankfurt or Munich?
Thank you.

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