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How would you divide your days?

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After changing our minds over and over again my girlfriend and I have finally decided on our destinations for our trip across the Atlantic this spring. We pulled the trigger and booked our flight from Canada to Edinburgh on the 29th of April (arriving on the 30th) and leaving Amsterdam back home on the 5th of June. This effectively leaves 36 nights for us to split between these cities:


As it stands now we're thinking 7 days in Edinburgh, 9 in London, 9 in Paris, 4 in Brussels, 7 in Amsterdam.

A couple things I should mention; we do have free accommodation in London so we think it'd probably be wise to stay a decent chunk of time there, and we've also got day trips planned to St. Andrews, Oxford, Versailles (if you can count that as a day trip), and Bruges.

What do you guys think? How would you split your 36 nights between these 5 cities?

Thanks in advance

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