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One Month, One City Update

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It was a fascinating thread to read all of your suggestions, just wish we had another 20 years to try a few of them! My husband and I have decided on two cities of two weeks each: Berlin then Prague. Modern to medieval! Husband has always loved WW2 history and when we visited Berlin about 10 years ago we enjoyed it very much. We loved the seamless and clean public transit, all the parks, friendly people and culturally diverse. We also love Prague, its beautiful architecture, smaller feel and the feeling of being back in time--well, a little! We have wanted to return there also. Going back to familiar places we love seems a good stress free choice (hopefully!).
Not renting a car and not packing and unpacking many times by moving around are ways we are eliminating some of the stress. When we were younger it seemed like an adventure but now not so much--we need a more settled vacation. Taking a train to Prague from Berlin, then back again the day before we leave for home was our choice because allows us a flight that is much shorter in hours. Voila! Can hardly wait until September to start!

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