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How to search for tickets with a layover in a specific city (Tampa to UK want a layover in Paris on the way home)

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My title pretty much sums it up. Is there a trick finding something with a layover somewhere? I've seen many posts with people asking about layovers in places where they have enough time to take a quick tour of the city.

We were going to take a cruise when the kids get out of school this year, but my travel partner is not able to make the trip, and I'm not too enthusiastic about a cruise, so I'm looking for alternatives.

We can stay with family and friends in Keighley (West Yorkshire) so that's our best bet, money wise. The had a blast when we went a couple of years ago, and would like to go back.

I'm limited to what we would have spent on the cruise, so Keighley will likely be our destination, BUT...I'd like to try to work it so that we can have a layover, say in Paris, so that we can at least leave the airport quick and the kids can see the Eiffel Tower.

Am I asking for too much?!?! I won't be surprised if I am. If not, how should I try to search for these tickets? I've thought about multi-city tickets, but I'm not sure I can sqeeze enough $$ out of my budget to stay over one night in a destination.

So...any thoughts?

Thanks!

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