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Help with itinerary

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My son and I are going to Europe in the fall. I am 62 and this may be the only time I ever go. Want to fly into London (see the sites), see some of Scotland or Ireland, go to Paris, while there see the Loire Valley, go on to Italy - Florence, maybe Cinque Terre, Tuscany? and maybe short trip to Greece - Santorini and fly home. Can stay 4-5 weeks. We prefer to stay in a rental apt in London and Paris so expect one week in each city. I have been looking everywhere and reading everything I can but feel a bit overwhelmed. Could use some good suggestions for a travel itinerary.Both my son and I want to explore a little, see some of the tourist attractions, enjoy the surroundings so it's not necessary to see everything. Thanks

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