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I will start off with what I have (so far) for our 3 week trip:

Paris: 3 nights (with an overnight train to Milan for 4th night)
Milan: 2 nights - Duomo and possibly Lake Como day trip
Venice: 3 nights
Florence: 4 nights - Pisa day trip
Rome: 5 nights - Villa D'Este day trip
Sorrento: 3 nights - Pompeii

It is going to be my grandmother and myself on this trip. She isn't a huge art fan and has been no further from home than the Bahamas on a cruise I took her on. I promise, she is very active and her being my grandmother will not slow us down in the least. However, I still plan on us taking things slow - seeing a few major sights in each city and showing her the beauty of the world. Example being Paris - Notre Dame, the Tower, and at least a couple hours in the Louvre. I know we will get more done, but just in case she (or I) get tired, we wont be upset.

So - with that being said, should I add a day to one of the cities and take away from another? Flying in to Paris and out of Naples, trains for all the other transports. Any other questions I would be happy to answer. I've been to Rome and Naples before - the rest I have just been researching to death ;)

Sorry for the rambling - and thanks in advance for any help/advice!

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