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My husband and I are in the early stages of planning a trip. London and Glasgow are definitely on the agenda and we’d like to include Paris as well. We have two weeks (including travel days) for this vacation, we’re coming from Los Angeles and we want to use American miles for the flights. It seems to me that including Paris in the itinerary means at least a day of backtracking since we have to go through London to get to and from Glasgow in any event. A London/Paris open jaw ticket, taking the Chunnel from one city to the other, helps a little but doesn’t eliminate the London/Glasgow loop. For efficiency’s sake, I’m leaning toward dropping Paris from the itinerary but I’d appreciate feedback from folks who have done (or decided not to do) a London/Glasgow/Paris itinerary. I love, love, love Paris so I’m holding out hope that my worries about the logistics of a Paris leg of the trip are overblown. Thanks in advance!

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