Well, not really plan. But, I take "potshots" at everyone else's trip, it's only fair I should submit my next one for comments.
Early next month I fly to Germany (FRA) for two weeks. My itinerary is:
I will land at FRA and go by train with a Rheinland-Pfalz-Ticket (€18 plus €3,60 for RMV ticket to Mainz) to Treis-Karden on the Mosel.
I will have 4 nights on the Mosel (€27 per night EZ/F) to see some of the famous wine towns and visit a few winetastings.
Then I travel by train (€29 Dauer-Spezial-Ticket) and bus to Braunlage in the Harz.
In the Harz, I expect to see the fachwerk buildings in Goslar and Wernigerode. I had wanted to go up to the top of the Brocken, but apparently the narrow-gauge, steam train to the top doesn't run after October. Will visit some of the small towns around the park.
After five nights in the Harz (€40 EZ/HP), I will travel by train ('nother €29 Dauer-Spezial-Ticket) to Bad Herrenalb, in the No. Black Forest outside of Karlsruhe.
Three night in Bad Herrenalb (€25 EZ/F), then by train (Rheinland-Pfalz-Ticket) to Mainz, where I will check out (stay at) Hotel Königshof (€62 EZ/F).
Leave the next day for home from FRA.