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My husband and I are in the process of planning our spring 2015 Europe trip. We are flying into Florence on 4/20 and out of Paris on 4/30. We know that we want to spend a few nights in Florence and then up to Cinque Terre. From there we will travel to Paris for the remainder of our trip. We obviously want to soak up the history but we aren't huge history people, mostly food and wine lovers!

I need some help figuring out the best route from Cinque Terre to Paris. Train or fly out of Pisa? We aren't opposed to the train, if it lets us see some great country side, just not sure how long this would take.

Also, what is the best neighborhood/area in Paris for a late twenties couple to stay? We currently live in San Francisco so we are use to the city life. Looking for an area that is young and has some nightlife but is still safe.

Since we are new at this, any recommendations would be appreciated!

Thanks!

Megan

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