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Help us get from Rome to Paris-no flying

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How would one (or four in this case) travel from Italy to France? We wiill be in Rome first and then flying out of Paris, but want to plan two stops in between (one in Italy and one in France). Therefore we don't want to fly directly from Rome to Paris. Are willing to drive but want to avoid the drop fee. Should we drive north from Rome and drop car in Italy, then cross via another form of transport, and pick up another car? Or then train? Bus?

At this point we don't know exactly where stops will be but somewhere along the general as the crow flies path between Rome and Paris. Once we figure out the transportation we will plan accordingly. Btw, this will be in May net year.

P.S. No rude or sassy comments please. Heehee

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