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Itinerary coming together - few concerns though

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So our May 1 - May 18 is coming together so far with a few reservations:

May 1 - 4 London
May 5 Transition day
May 6 - 9 ?
May 10 Transition day
May 11 - 13 Nice
May 14 Train to Paris
May 15 - 17 Paris
May 18 Fly back

I'm starting to think we are trying to do too much especially having a child with us. Maybe ew need to collapse the trip a bit. We've both been to London/Paris several times. And we like to go back as we each love the cities...

The wife is set on Nice. I'm not sure how many day trips we can do with the little one so I thought less time in each city would give us variety.

The May 6-9 is a hole regardless if we stick to 4 cities. Someplace with a direct flight from London and then direct flight to Nice. We had hoped to stick to training to Nice, but the options are far more limiting.

I'm open to suggestions at this point.

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