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Rhine & Berlin - Need Help w/ itinerary

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We need help with how best to spend 7 days by the Rhine and Berlin. This is our first trip to Germany and we are loath to admit that we are barely familiar with the place. We will be arriving and departing from Frankfurt during late August and early September 2000. We would like to time spend on the Rhine and also if possible Berlin. Does it make sense to say settle down in St. Goar for instance and take daily trips to the surrounding towns. Are reservations a must or can we meander up or down river and spend the night wherever night falls? Should we drive or take trains or boats. Are three days enough time to sample this area? What about Berlin are trains available from Frankfurt? We welcome any insight, all itineraries and recommendations from all who have traveled this area and know the terraine.
Thank you,

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