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London for Christmas and Paris for New Year or Vice Versa

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Hi guys!

I'm a single mom and I will be traveling with my four kids 12 years old and above this Christmas (2016) until New Year for about 3 weeks for school break. I have been to London several times before but that was almost a decade ago and my children were still very young so I wasn't really into going around. Now that they've grown and are easier to travel with, I want to take them to London again. I also want to go to Paris since we do have enough time for that.

I was thinking of cutting 3 weeks in half but, is it better to spend Christmas in London and New Year in Paris or the other way around?

I was thinking of inserting Strasbourg when we're in France and Edinburgh when we're in the UK for probably a day or 2.

Would you mind helping me decide which way to go?

I would appreciate all the help and information you could give me.

Thank you in advance!

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