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My family and a few other couples plan to do a driving tour in Sept. for about 2 1/2 weeks The route we planned will take us through the following: Starting in Venice, Bologna, Florence, Pisa, Cinque Terre, Genoa, Milan and attend the Monza F1 Grand Prix,,Lugano, Interlaken, Engelberg, Luzerne, Schaffhausen, Neuschwanstein, Dachau, Innsbruck, Venice. Any suggestions what we should see or skip, what to be on the lookout for or what to avoid. What is the best way to find Hotels to overnight, we dont care about 5* just clean is good. I know this is a lot but our itinerary is open.
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Barnie

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