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3 Week Driving Trip around Europe - need Suggestions

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My wife and I are considering a 3+ week driving trip around Europe for June or July 2010. We are just beginning the trip planning but could use some suggested routes, scenic drives, places to see etc. from some experienced driving travelers. We will probably fly into Paris for a few days then train out to another city before renting the car and starting the road trip. In general we would like to visit the Normandy beaches, Versailles, Luxembourg, the Mosel/Rhine area, across to Praque, down to Vienna/Salzburg, down to Lake Como, across Northern Italy, thru the Alps, and on to Provence and Southern France.
Would all this be possible in 3-4 weeks of leisurely sightseeing without hard driving and rushing from point to point ? Any suggestions or recommendations on such a driving trip ?

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