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Family trip to Europe - suggestions welcome

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Hi - we (family of 4 with older teenagers) would like to travel to Europe to celebrate my birthday in August 2013. Need help with itineraries, places of interest, restaurants and hotel suggestions. Our original idea was to go to Amsterdam, Paris,London and Edinburgh (not necessarily in that order). Each city represents a key interest to a member of the family. Amsterdam - Anne Frank, Edinburgh - Scottish family roots, London - it's London. And Paris - the city I want to celebrate my birthday. However, the family is willing to just do France if doing the four locations becomes too difficult or if the locations are too expensive. We have 2 weeks but can stretch to 3 weeks. Family interest is in WWII, history, cycling, art and culture, food and wine. Family budget is not posh so practical suggestions with opportunities to use French language skills are welcome. Thanks in advance for your help.

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