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Madrid, Italy, Paris - Summer / Fall '17

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Hello All! My husband turns 50 next year and I would like to plan a trip that would cover two - three countries in Europe. We would travel in May or the end of August / beginning of September (Labor Day) for approximately 12 days. Our two adult children and their significant others would also join us for the trip.

Since we were in Barcelona and Toulouse this year my thoughts are Madrid, Italy and Paris or London. Is this feasible from a timing perspective? I am open to renting a car to drive to different towns. I would like to go the AirBnB route.

Our main goal is to take in the culture, food, some history, but more about sharing the experience together, while celebrating my husband. Any direction is welcomed.

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