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Itinerary help for the slightly geographically challeged!

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So- with the help of this forum, I have decided on The Conservatorium in Amsterdam for the first four nights of my almost two week trip, which will end in Paris, with stops in Ghent, Delft and Bruges (also per the forum). Will be traveling exclusively by train.

Can you please help me "order" those cities, in terms of both geography as well as what makes sense, being that my final stop would be Paris? I kind of want to spend two nights in Bruges, but would also greatly appreciate input as to whether the other two cities could/should be day trips, or warrant an overnight stay in either or both.
Thanks in advance!

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