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Hi, My husband, mum and two children (boys aged 7 & 10) are heading abroad Nov/Dec 2013. We are flying from Tasmania, Australia and think maybe 2 nights in Dubai on the way over to break the flight up would be a good idea then:

London 6 nights
Underground train to Paris 4 nights
Not sure if we should go Florence or Venice first but looking at approx 4 nights in Florence and 3 nights in Venice and then further train to Rome for 5 nights. Are there any overnight trains, would this be a good idea?

We thought apartments (any suggestions) would be best so the kids (and parents) can chill a bit and easier for some evening meals.

Cheers
Jill

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