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10 day itinerary France and Italy

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Looking for input on a trip for my sister and me in July 2012. We have 10 days. Important are Paris, Tuscany, Lake Como, Cinque Terre, and Florence. I have been everywhere but Lake Como, it's my sister's first European trip. We will be using 1st class Eurail passes and couchsurfing.org for transportation and lodging.
Here's the itinerary I'm looking at and would love input.
Day 1,2 Paris
Day 3 Train to Lyon
Day 4 Lyon
Day 5 Train to Lake Como
Day 6 Lake Como & train to Cinque Terre
Day 7 , 8 Cinque Terre
Day 9 Train to Florence, sites of Florence
Day 10 Sites of Florence
Day 11 Fly to Paris, return to US
Thoughts?
We're not married to Lyon...actually, Tuscany is more important. Just don't want to go through Switzerland. We'll have a two country 1st class Eurail pass. Too ambitious?

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