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Winter Vacation in Europe

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I'm looking for a winter vacation destination in Eastern or Western Europe that does not include nordic sports. We are interested in finding a city in which we can spend 4-5 days strolling along picturesque streets, visiting museums, eating great food and, in general, relaxing. London and Paris are out as we've spent considerable time in both. We would consider almost any locale and don't mind 'roughing' it a bit. A few days in a city and then a few days in the country at a spa might be interesting, too.

I am gratefully accepting recommendations. Thank you in advance for any thoughts.

Jeffrey

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