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Budapest to Prague to Vienna---2 weeks

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My wife, 16 year old daughter & I will be spending 2 weeks (Aug. 5-180 starting in Budapest, then to Prague, and on to Vienna where we will depart to the US.I have my airfare set for early August & am trying how to decide the breakdown of the 13 nights. We are likely to take the train each way & are looking for hotel, restaurant & sights to see during our visit. We have a nice budget planned so I don't plan on missing sights, nice hotels, or restaurants during our stay as we want it to be memorable. Any suggestions as to MUST see or do would be appreciated. I also need help breaking down my visit----spend more time in one city/area---than another, for example.
THANKS TO ALL !

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