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Switz-Germany-Austria-France by train

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I am a Sr. Lady traveling with three other Sr. ladies. We hope to spend a few days in Northern Italy and then go to Switzerland. We have ideas about Italy but don't know anything about the other countries. We hope to see them by train. I am the DD designated dummy who is trying to plan and keep everyone happy. Is it even possible to see a small bit of Switzerland, Austria, Germany and France by train in a week. If so are there recommendations on where to visit in each country. Our group as a whole is not interested in seeing beautiful countryside in each country with a just a little bit of their culture. We do have concern considering our age (70-75) on trying to haul our luggage from station to station. I was hoping for a central location where we cld leave our luggage and venture out in a new direction daily. Based on what little I've learned that idea is not doable. Any advise wld be greatly appreciated.

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