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where do I stay and whats really cool to do?

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I am planning a trip to Paris, Rome, and Tuscany. Where is the best place to stay so we could travel back and forth from one location to the other, and does anyone have any recommendations for excursions besides the Eiffel Tower. Do we rent a car to travel between the 3 places? Would it be cheaper to just rent an apartment or home than a hotel. There will be 3 of us. All single women, and very adventurous (spelling?) Please help me out. Im at a lost just know I want to go to a winery in Tuscany and want to kind of estimate what am facing as far as spending.

Thanks in advance,
European-bound Shuluver!

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