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Ireland, Scotland, and hopefully London

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I am in the first stages of planning a trip to Ireland and Scotland next summer. We would be flying in from the US and the whole trip would take two weeks.

As far as budget, we plan to keep it on the lower end of the spectrum. We are ok with staying at hostels etc.

I have never visted Ireland or Scotland, but I did live in London (and hopefuly we can throw that into the trip even if its only 2 days).

I'm not sure what must see places there are in Ireland and Scotland, or of the best way to get around.

Do any of you have route suggestions that I can build my trip upon?

Thank you!

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