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Anyone over 35 done a Contiki tour?

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My friend and I (both Australians) have been trying for weeks to find a tour of Italy that takes in Cinque Terra (along with a number of other places in Italy). We have finally found one that does, and also takes in a few spots in Spain and France, which is a huge bonus. The only issue is that it is a Contiki tour. I am 33, so fit under the upper age limit, however my friend is early 50s. She is very "young" minded, but we're not sure how we will enjoy the atmosphere (we're both very friendly, but not interested in partying our way through Europe). I also don't know how a Contiki group would feel about someone in their 50s on such a tour. Can anyone give me some advice here?
Or, does anyone know of another good tour that takes in Cinque Terra?
Thanks!

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