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Travel plans too ambitious?

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So mu husband and I have about 10 days to "fahrt" around Germany with a car after visiting relatives near Dusseldorf.

The easiest & nicest thing to do is to go down the rhein, see the Dom in Koln, Burg Eltz etc., was considering going over to Trier, then back east to Stuttgart (I'd like to cut Stuttgart but my husband is trying to arrange a porsche plant tour) and then over to Rothenburg o.d.Tauber, Wurzburg and then high-tail it back north-west and all the way to Amsterdam for the flight home.

Looking at a map this seems crazy for 10 days (esp. the last bit) - do-able but not enjoyable with little time to explore small towns etc. I'm thinking we need to narrow our focus to the Rhein and Mosel and that's it.

Any advice?

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