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Amsterdam Day Trips - how much time to allow in each place?

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I'm in the process of planning my trip to Amsterdam over the US Thanksgiving holidays (LV 21 Nov and return 29 Nov).

I found this this day trip idea on TA's website and it piqued my interest: Amsterdam to Delft and on the return visit The Hague, Leiden, and Haarlem. It's a full day and I'm OK with that part. I'll be using trains to get to each destination (no plans to rent a car).

I'm not done reading up on the various cities mentioned above, but am more curious to see how much time I need to allot for each place.

This is my first visit to Amsterdam. If the return trip from Delft sounds outrageous, please feel free to let me know (in a kind manner).

Thanks in advance!
TR

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