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Insight Tours - considering

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I know I was looking at doing it all by myself, from Venice to Milan to Florence and then to Rome all by train, but somehow I got spooked by all the reservations and so on. Plus it looks like the cost is about the same if I go on an Insight bus instead of the train, i.e. on the tour. I think that because my wife tires easily and cannot visit any one place for longer than 3 hours or so, the Insight Route looks good. Any thoughts about Insight at all? On the included tours, does one see very much? On a *free* day or *day at leisure* I could see whatever I miss I suppose. Please remind me as to what the following words mean ( I am dubious ) *See* *Visit* *Tour* *Explore* ( are there any other words I need to understand?

Thanks :)

Dave

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