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Two Weeks in Europe - REVISED

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From my last topic, all your answers have been extremely helpful as well as anticipated since we knew it was a lot, but wanted to get some ideas.

I'd like to clarify a couple of things and I have revised the itinerary. The reason we are going in and out of Munich is because it is cheaper to pick up/drop off a rental at the same location. For instance, if we picked up in Munich and dropped off in Italy, there is additional insurance and there is a $500+ drop off fee. In addition, we are not planning to stay "inside" these large cities, but rather on the outskirts and taking a bus/train into the city. So we won't have to worry about driving and parking in the cities. This will allow us to visit the city, while also having the freedom to explore the small villages and towns outside the big cities. Here is the updated itinerary:

Day 1: Arrive in Munich
Day 2: Munich
Day 3: Munich
Day 4: Munich
Day 5: Drive from Munich through Austria to Venice
Day 6: Venice
Day 7: Drive from Venice to Rome
Day 8: Rome
Day 9: Rome
Day 10: Drive from Rome to Florence
Day 11: Florence
Day 12: Florence
Day 13: Drive to Munich
Day 14: Leave Munich

Any thoughts or changes to the itinerary? Reason for the longer time in Munich is because of Oktoberfest, and also to give us more time to adjust to the jetlag.

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