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Need advice on itinerary for Germany

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We are in the early stages of planning a trip for fall 2015. We have already booked a barge on the Mosel beginning in early October. We'd like to tour mostly Germany for a couple of weeks before the barge; might consider more than a couple of weeks if we need to. Also realize we may not be able to do everything we would like to. So far, our "wish list" includes:
Berlin, Nuremberg, Bamberg, Wittenberg, Dresden, Bavaria (Eagle's Nest, Ludwig's castles, Berchtesgaden) and maybe Salzberg! We meet the barge people in Frankfurt.

We are in our 60s, active retirees, interested in history (especially WWII), architecture, church history, scenery, classical music, food, wine and beer.

Would so very much appreciate any advice regarding how long to allocate for each spot, the order of touring these places, what we might have to eliminate, etc. So much to see; wish time and money were unlimited!

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