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Please comment on Germany/Amsterdam itinerary

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We're in the beginning stages of planning a trip to Germany. We plan to fly into Munich in mid-September, spend a couple of days in Munich, a couple of days in Bavaria, a couple of days in the Black Forest area, do a Rhein River daytrip, then take the train through the Kleve area to Amsterdam where we will spend a couple of nights on a houseboat and fly out of Amsterdam back to the US. We don't plan to rent a car, but instead rely on the trains. I'd like advice on staying in a brewery guesthouse, taking the Black Forest Railway, staying in Gengenbach?, best daytrip on the Rhein River, any info on the Kleve, Louisendorf and Pfalzdorf area (my ancestors lived in this area and the Black Forest area), and houseboats in Amsterdam or any other advice you can give us. We will be two couples traveling together - we like to hike, get off the beaten path if possible, but also see the highlights of Munich and Amsterdam. We like to stay in bed and breakfast homes or small inns and we plan to be gone 9 or 10 nights. Thanks for your help.

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