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Cornwall and Germany

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New to the forum and looking for some advice with first trip to Europe. My heritage/ancestry is based in Ireland and Cornwall specifically. England and Scotland are choices but could give up Scotland. Also have a relative in Munich that I must see. He has been to US four times and this will be my first time there so I have to see him. So, do I fly into Dublin, and fly out of Munich? Would not mind a stop in Paris on the way but I know I am all over the map, so to speak. Really, to narrow it down, I WANT to see Cornwall and HAVE to go to Munich. Anything else, i.e. Ireland, England, Paris, is icing on the cake. I thought about a cruise around the UK and then a flight to Munich but have heard negatives about cruising. Appreciate the feedback.

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