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Stops along the way from Noord-Brabant, Belgium to Freiburg

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Hello all,

I will be driving my boys (6 and 8) and I to Freiburg from Retie Belgium (near Holland border) on June 27th, a Monday. We have the entire day to drive and arrival time doesn't really matter. I see two suggested routes on Google maps: one through South Holland, past Bonn, and along the Rhein. The second goes through Belgium through Luxembourg and into France to Freiburg.

My question is.....is there a better route on a Monday? Or, if all things are equal, does one of these routes lend itself better to a couple of stops to stretch legs, eat, etc.

I have no agenda other than "ease" (knowing that no drive with 2 small children for that long) will be easy.

Thank you!

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