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European Vacation Itinerary Instructions: You will be planning a 7 day vacation for you and your friends to explore Europe. Because the countries in Europe are relatively small and easy to travel between, it is possible to see lots of awesome places in a short amount of time. This will take careful research and planning. Please follow the instructions below. 1) Plan and research what you are going to visit while in Europe. You must go to 7 different cities, monuments, or landmarks that are famous throughout Europe. Write down your 7 destinations on a separate piece of paper and show Ms. Clarke before proceeding. 2) Once you have your 7 places, decide which order you will visit these places. Where does it make the most realistic sense to start and finish? 3) Next, you must lay out your trip from start to finish answering specific questions with each place The questions you must answer for each place are A) What is the place/monument/landmark you are visiting?
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