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Itinerary help?

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I'm planning on leading a group on a trip from the Ukraine to Russia. We will fly into Kiev on November 15th and fly back from St. Petersburg on November 25th. Here is my orginal plan:

1. Arrive Kiev and spend two nights.
2. Take overnight train from Kiev to Moscow and spend two nights.
3. Take the overnight train to Novgorod and spend one night.
4. Travel by bus to St. Petersburg and spend three nights before flying back.

The last four nights of the trip that includes Nogorod and St. Petersburg are great. However, I'm not too crazy about my two night stay in Kiev and my two night stay in Moscow. Can anyone offer me any encouragement to leave my itinerary as is, or is there another way to improve it and make it more interesting? I'd love to take the group to Lvov in western Ukraine for one night, but it is just too far out of the way to include in the itinerary.

Thanks for your help!

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