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DUBLIN, LONDON, PARIS

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My best friend and I (both 19) will be taking a trip overseas to Dublin, London, and Paris. We want to stay in Dublin for 2 nights, stay in London for approx. 7 nights, and Paris for 2 nights. We plan on flying to Dublin, then taking a separate flight to London, then take the Chunnel to Paris. Then from Paris, take Chunnel back, fly to Dublin, and back home.

I was curious to see how much a this trip will cost total. I've looked up plane tickets and they seem to be about $1200 each roundtrip. As for lodging, we don't want to stay in hostels, but we definitely can't afford nice hotels. We were thinking about renting an apartment in London, but staying in relatively cheap hotels in Dublin and Paris. As for food, if we have the apartment in London, we most likely won't be eating out. But for Paris and Dublin (and London as well I guess), how much will food cost? I've never been abroad by myself and this is all on my dime, so I'm not sure how this is going to pan out for me.

I set myself a budget of $3500 for transportation, lodging, food, activities, etc. Do you think this will be enough?? If you have any advice to give, ANY, it would be appreciated.

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