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Everyone needs a vacation, and this was the ultimate trip. London, Paris, Nice, Monte Carlo, Venice, Florence, Pisa and Rome. All by train. This two minute video includes 700 photos. Six pictures every second.

The video style is less about any one image, but about the overall sensation or impression. Kinda like the trip, when you're on the move experiencing new things minute by minute, day after day. It all flies by.

filmmaker: EuroDoug

country: France

channel: ultimate vacations

rating: PRO

views: 9583

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