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After Paris, where to go?

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We arrive in Paris on 27th August, and will spend six nights there. We then have 16 nights before we arrive in Venice on 18th September.

We will spend two or three nights in Turin, as we want to visit the Egyptian museum, otherwise the agenda is wide open.

We want to do something of a history trip, as besides Egypt, we are on something of a Roman Empire history kick. Hoping to visit smaller towns rather than the larger cities, and we would be travelling by train. Crossing our personal Rubicon, looking at aqueducts, that sort of trip.

Not much into art, other than Roman frescoes this time, not really into glorious scenery, and we'd choose to spend at least two or three nights in the places that we visit.

Suggestions are most welcomed!

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