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Itinerary Help!

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I had previously posted about my husband and I going to Europe for our 30th birthday next year. We will be traveling the end of May, early June. We will be in Europe for 15 nights. We have two cities set: London for 6 nights and Paris for 5 nights. That leaves us 4 nights for another destination. My husband would like to do a beer tour or experience Belgium. I would like to go to Edinburgh.

Would four nights work for Belgium? He was thinking of Brussells and I would like to go to Bruges while we are in Belgium.

Would four nights work for Edinburgh and Scotland? Would you stay in Edinburgh and do a day trip?

My husband and I enjoy beer and good food. We are both people who like to be outside (walk, hike, people watch, etc). I think after Paris and London we don't want museums. Any information regarding both places would be very helpful and appreciated.

Also, do you have a few must haves for Paris and London that are off of the mainstream path. We recently went to New York and our favorite day was having lunch at Katz and then working our way back to the hotel finding shops, bars and just taking everything in so if there is a neighborhood or somewhere we shouldnt miss please let me know.

Thank You!

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