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Europe in 2 Weeks, starting in Frankfurt

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Hi! So my friend and I are going to Europe together after our study abroad program ends in Sydney at the end of April 2014. We have a friend in Frankfurt who is allowing us to stay with him, so we want to land in Frankfurt. We wanted to see Paris, London, Rome, and Florence while we were there. I would appreciate some thoughts and advice!

How do you recommend we travel from city to city, and where can I find cheap hotels to stay at? Would it maybe be easier if we arrived in another city and made a stop at Frankfurt to see our friend throughout our trip? Thanks!

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