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more bang for the buck (Canadian)

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I have been planning this trip to either The Netherlands or Ireland. I am still on the fence about both of those for a number of reasons. In any case, with the change in the pound, I wonder if I would be smarter to just abandon all plans and go to the UK. I would love to hear your opinions on the subject. Often the exchange rate is only one part of the equation with other factors. I am travelling solo so it is not as if I am paying for a family to travel. I am also fairly flexible because I haven't decided. Any thoughts?

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