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I am beginning the daunting task of planning our trip to Europe for next April and am looking for advice. Will probably fly in and out of Amsterdam as FF miles seem to have the best options for there. We have already done a month in Italy a few years ago as well as have toured Paris for a week so those will not be on our list. Normandy, Tulip Fields in Netherlands, World War II era sights, Concentration camp. Swiss alps, Vienna, Prague, Love history, good food, good wine, good beer,love visiting with locals...are the things and places we want to see and do. My question is ..Am I being unrealistic in thinking I can do all this in a month? Will we need to have a car??

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