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November Suggestions

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I may have some time in early/mid November for a short trip. I understand the weather will be similar to my Vancouver weather in northern Europe, as well as less daylight hours, and have taken Stockholm, St. Petersburg, London and Berlin off my list. Also Athens and Istanbul as they are just too far away for a brief holiday. "New" is my motto so am thinking of Barcelona and maybe Toledo or Salamanca (have been to Madrid/Andalucia); southern France (have only been to Paris); unsure about Italy (have been several times to Rome/Venice/Florence/CT/lots of Tuscany).

Art, architecture, trying new food, relaxing (I can easily relax in a city) and hopefully, no or little rain, are what I'm aiming for. Would base in a city and take a day trip or two. I'm a fairly energetic traveller.

Your suggestions?

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