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This is our first time to Europe. We will be traveling with kids (ages 6 and 10). In 2 weeks trying to cover Paris, Italy and Switzerland - is that too much to accomplish in a not too fast paced trip. Any Itinerary suggestions appreciated. Debating between independent travel versus a tour. Thank you for your time.

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