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Trip Report Thanks for 20 Matchless Days in Umbria and Tuscany almost without a hitch

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Have just returned from 20 days in Europe, and must first of all give benedictions to all the fodorites who answered questions and helped me to plan and execute this somewhat complicated trip.

I'm not an expert on trip reports and will try to do this is short spurts or maybe by various topics - it will develop on its own I'm afraid, since my mind is so full of a number of things, and I am very much given to taking tangents.

Luckily for those of you who might read this or at least start to read it before becoming bogged down in the tangents or the detail, I did keep a diary, so that might keep me on the straight and narrow.

There truly were so many wonderful happenings (like getting imprisoned in the parking garage in Bologna) (or the disabled young man who helped my DH from falling down the "flat" escalator in Milan train station) (or the incredible beauty of the val d'Orcia views in the morning) that it is hard to concentrate on a cohesive thread.

However, I will start at the beginning - - - -

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