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Pretty small towns in Bavaria

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I've been to Germany about a bizillion times, but I think I'll go back again in June 2016 to visit small towns in Bavaria and in the Alps in general. A bit of Austria and maybe even Switzerland might be in the cards, too. Wherever they speak German, even the incomprehensible version spoken in der Schweiz.

I've been to Garmisch and Berchtesgaden a couple of times each, but wouldn't mind going back. I haven't been to Murnau, Mittenwald (except on the way to somewhere else) or Fussen. (I don't want to see Ludwig's castles agrain, by the way.) I would also like to go to Prien am Chiemsee to see the Frauenchiemsee and the Herrnchiemsee.

II just want to relax, stroll around, eat, drink coffee in a sidewalk cafe and admire the architecture. I'll be 80 years old (damnit!) by next June, so I won't be up for anything exciting.

Any suggestions for other pleasant villages?

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