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Need a focus/theme for trip

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Hello Fodor friends. My husband says he needs a "focus" (theme, goal) for another trip to Europe. Anyone care to brainstorm with me about possible themes? We have tried out (in our heads) art, architecture, food, and a few others but nothing has sufficiently grabbed his interest yet We prefer to stay in one city/area for a couple weeks then move on to another for two weeks. Possible countries would be France, Italy or possibly England; been to all before(plus a few others) but never run out of new places to explore. At this time, however, my husband needs a focus; he is a task oriented guy and likes to accomplish things, have a goal. :)
Waiting for your ideas and thanks ahead of time!

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