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10 days for Dublin, London, Paris while 5 months pregnant doable?

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My husband and I are planning what looks to be one of our last international trips for awhile, as we're expecting our first baby in Sept. Paris is highest on my list and Ireland highest on his. He wants to swing through London between the two, as neither of us have been. But with only 10 days total for our trip (including travel days) and myself being five months pregnant, I'm thinking we skip London mostly for logistical reasons. But since we are not going to be traveling for awhile and sooooo close to it, is it worth just plowing through and trying to do three nights in each of those three cities? Last fall we did 10 days in Scandanavia and managed to pack in four cities, so we're used to hustling. Just not sure if it's worth the scramble or not. Thoughts?

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