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Ticket trouble from Switzerland to Germany

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I am trying to reserve seats on a train from Wengen Switzerland to Freiburg BH. I found the train which leaves Wengen at 7:03 and we change at Lauterbrunnen and Interlaken, then straight thru. Arrival is at 10:48. Here's the problem. I can't figure out how to reserve seats. We have the Swiss Pass so we shouldn't have to pay, but there's no way to book the train without paying (At least that I've found!). I know I will have to pay and reserve seats for the German portion, but don't know how to do this without knowing for sure about the first part of the trip. Please help!! Thanks

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