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If you think your itinerary is nuts, it is.

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There have been a spate of inquiries regarding, and depending on your point of view, ambitious, adventurous, or insane itineraries for a European trip. If travel is akin to sexual conquests that you just notch on your belt, then you can ignore all that follows. If you actually want to see the countries that are on your list here are some hints and questions:

-Are you an experienced traveler and understand the vagaries of traveling?
-Do you know much time it takes to go from place to place besides the actual travel time including time to and from the train station or airport, waiting time, packing and unpacking, checking in and out, getting or returning a rental car?
-Do you have a list of the places you truly want to see?
-Why do you want to see them?
-Are you going because you want to go or your Cousin Tootsie told it you it was wonderful although she has never been there?
-Have you read at least one guide book about each place before posting here?
-Do you have a budget including all the travel costs including changing money if necessary?
-The more people the more difficult especially if you have small children or someone with a disability.

I am sure others will have their general questions and suggestions.

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