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Europe in March?

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Been a long absence from this forum for me! I'm getting the travel bug and thinking of March 2012 Spring Break trip, possibly to get a good deal on using miles. I have a few Europe places on the list, but I'm wondering if people have thoughts about whether the following (a) can be sufficiently "done" in a week and (b) are okay to visit in the Winter (both in terms of weather and being able to see important stuff .... i.e. important sites are not closed or not as fun (outdoor gardens, for example)).

Here are some thoughts:

1) Just Prague
2) Prague/Dresden
3) Just Munich and nearby castles
4) Munich and Salzburg
5) Copenhagen and Stockholm
6) Milan and the Lakes
7) Istanbul? And somewhere else?

Thanks!

Joe

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