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Europe trip plan Summer 2013

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I am in the early stages of planning a trip next summer to Europe. Here is a rough idea of what I have in mind. We have been to Paris and London before, but not Scotland.

- fly to London, stay three nights (want to do a day trip one day to the Costswolds)
- take the train to Paris and stay four nights
- take the train back to London, and then catch the train to Glasgow
- rent a car and tour Scotland for one week
- fly home from Glasgow

Does this sound do-able, or will it be too exhausting?

The charter airline (cheaper) that I am hoping to use only flies to London Gatwick, Glasgow or Manchester, otherwise we would fly to Paris first.

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