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Hubby has changed his mind---again!!!

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First, he wanted Boston and NYC for our next vacation, then he added Philly. Now...he's leaving the US entirely. He says we should go to London and Paris!

So we're looking at next April and/or May. We have no kids, so we're not locked into their schedule. We can leave on any day of the week. I'm wondering if we're better off leaving in the afternoon and getting to London by noon. No ideas of where to stay. I was in London with my parents way back in 1986, so my memory isn't of much help. Never been to Paris.

We don't drink alcohol (medical reasons) and don't party. We like to walk around, see museums, sites, etc., including things a bit off the beaten path. But we want the regular touristy things, too.

We're thinking of seeing a travel agent for some help and advice--though all of you here are of immense help. Being new at this, do we pay a travel agent?

So now I'm looking at new threads for info and bookmarking many sites, based on posts from all of you. God! I pimp out this website so much whenever someone mentions they're going somewhere.

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