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Rome to Paris over 2 Weeks

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Ok, I'm planning my trip a year in advance and need some help with the itinerary because I need to book some of the flights and hotels a year in advance. (points) I have an itinerary but I'm concerned it might be a bit much for my family (wife and 2 kids (16 & 14). I plan to travel some of it by car and some by train. Below is the daily schedule. Is it too much travel? If I should cut things out, what? and replace it with what?

1 - Flight
2 - Rome
3 - Rome
4 - Rome
5 - Siena
6 - Florence
7 - Florence
8 - Venice
9 - Monaco
10 - Cannes
11 - Nice
12 - Avignon (train to Amboise)
13 - Amboise & Chenonceau
14 - Orleans
15 - Paris
16 - Paris
17 - Flight

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