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Help us decide where to travel next year?

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DH and I expect to make a European trip next year and are beginning to consider where to go. We have enjoyed trips where we pair two destinations for a two week trip. We have done this by flying between cities on one trip but usually taking trains between locations. Our last trip was to Italy and I would like to visit Venice again so that might be an option paired with another location. Friends recently visited Amsterdam and recommend it so we thought about pairing Amsterdam and Bruges. Paris is our all-time favorite place to visit and we haven't been there for a few years and thought about Paris and Bruges. We also like London but want to save that for a longer, post-retirement trip that would allow me time to visit the area where my dad was stationed in WWII.

We like to visit museums and churches; we can happily spend time walking and shooting photos; we enjoy good simple food, bread, cheese and wine but not expensive meals and, of course I like a little shopping.

Fodorites: Have you any suggestions for us?

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