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Firstly, I wanted to thank everyone who helped with my last trip, it was incredible.

Well, we are now in the beginning stages of planning our next trip. We are going to give ourselves 16 nights for our trip. We were thinking about flying out of the US to Prague, then Budapest and stop over at Venice for a night (or two) on our way to Florence where we will spend 4-5 nights.

I have not picked specific amounts of time for each location as I still need to figure out exactly what it is we want to see. We do not want to be rushed, though we tend to walk 5+ miles a day while traveling and are thus able to see much in a short time period.

We are mostly interested in food, architecture, drink, and "different" cultures in no specific order. Our favorite way to travel is to get the "big ticket" items out of way and then just wander, taking in the city and its inhabitants.

Please let me know if we will be stretching ourselves to thin. Thanks again everybody!

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