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Trip thru Germany in February.

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I have a meeting in Ghent at the end of January. My family will join me at the end of the trip (Jan31-Feb 8), and they want to see Germany. I know it is not the best time but I will be there so it's the time I have.

I wanted to get some things, places, cities, and sites I can visit while there. I was thinking Berlin but 10 days maybe a little long for Berlin in the winter. I am open to some suggestions on some ideal itineraries.

We will arrive and depart from Brussels (Tentative). I have not decided on mode of transportation but am open to rental car, trains or combo.

My children are 16, and 11 boy and girl. My son has been studying German in school and it is why they wanted Germany over southern France, Spain, or Greece.

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