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London, Oxford, Dublin...please get me started on the right path.

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This is a new itinerary for me, so I'm looking for guidance. We (six family members) will be traveling from JFK into (probably Heathrow), taking a train directly to Oxford University. This trip will most like be mid-late March 2014.

Some of the plane tickets will be award miles, some must be purchased. We do not want to fly into Dublin because our main destination is Oxford University. Dublin will be an add-on, if possible. Everyone would want to accompany our granddaughter back to (at least London, if not the university.)

I'll certainly do my share of research for the trip, but in the big picture would it be smarter to take a train to Dublin (2-3 day stay) or fly?

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