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Europe travel ideas?

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I won a trip from my work Christmas party.

My husband and I have pretty much decided to go to Europe. He was stationed in Hanover, Germany while in the Army, so he wants to show me his old stomping grounds.

It will be about 14 day stay. We have several ideas on where to go, but I need help in narrowing them down. Currently, we want to arrive in Amsterdam, drive to Hanover, Germany then down through Germany to Salzburg, Austria and end in Venice, Italy. Possibly use the trains at night to get to some of the locations.

We have a budget of about 5,000-7,000 Euros.
We love eating local cuisines. Lodgings only requirement is to be comfortable.

The current itinerary will have us travelling quite a bit. While my husband likes having every second of the day filled with something, I am more laid back and enjoy down time.

Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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