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Three 3 1/2 day weekends in Germany

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My husband, 2 boys and I will be in northern Germany for the month of July. We have three 3.5 day weekends (Thurs noon - Sunday night) to do whatever we please. We have rail passes. We love nature and food (not to mention wine and beer!) and nice (but not exorbitantly priced) hotels. We generally hate cities, crowds, and shopping malls. I don't want to stress myself out seeing every last thing in the country. I'd rather come home relaxed, having seen some beautiful things and eaten some fantastic foods. It's getting late and I've made no plans or reservations. Can anyone help me figure out what to do and where to stay?

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