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England, Ireland, and France. What can I see in two weeks?

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I have 10 days in Europe this September. I have never traveled outside of the United States and could use some help. I would like to see the Giants Causeway in Northern Ireland and a bit of Irelands countryside. Stonehenge in England, a castle and an English garden, as well as London. Then Paris for a museum and the Eiffel tower. Is this possible in 10 days (14 including getting to and from Europe)? What is the best way to get around? Train? Rental Car? Ferry? Plane? I wouldn't mind seeing a bit of Scotland as well if there is time. This might be my only opportunity to see these places, is there anything I should add to my itinerary that I wouldn't want to miss seeing?

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