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London->Paris->Rome

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My wife and I are planning a trip to Europe for our 25th anniversary. We're flying from Birmingham AL to London, taking the train from London to Paris, and then we might take the overnight train from Paris to Rome. We're going in May. I've traveled Europe a bit with work, but I'm not a seasoned traveler. We haven't learned the language, which I wish we had time to do. We'll have 4-6 days in each location.

I'd love any information on how to make this trip successful. I'd really be interested in hearing opinions on travelling via Thello. I married a terrific girl and would like to give her an experience of a lifetime, so any info would be appreciated. We haven't yet booked airfare.

We're pretty excited, so thanks in advance for any suggestions!

Bill

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