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Suggestions for a week in Europe

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Husband and I are considering going to Europe for the first week of October. We'd leave Detroit Friday evening and return the following Sunday, so we'd actually have 8 days including that first jet-lagged day. We've done this type of trip before and it works well for us. This time we're not sure where to go.

We've been to London, Paris (also Normandy including Mont Saint-Michel, Bayeaux, and Honfleur), Rome, Berlin, Munich, (and a few other stops in Germany, that was a 2 week trip), Amsterdam, Brussels, and Bruges.

We really like art museums, historical and cultural sites, and walking tours. We're willing to rent a car but would also be happy not to.

Some places we're considering are Ireland, returning to Normandy to see more World War 2 sights, Prague & Vienna (does this make a good trip for a week?), and Florence and Venice.

Kind of a vague question I realize, but any suggestions would be much appreciated.

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