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Monogram Budapest to Berlin

Hi, I am doing some research on organized tours in Europe for summer 2013, and have (almost) decided on Monogram's Budapest to Berlin tour. I would love any information previous tour-goers have had on their experiences with Monogram/Globus (i.e. how it is to travel with them, number of people on the tour, hotels, tour guides) and the cities themselves.
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