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I'm currently trying to plan a vacation for my and my best friend, and I could really use some help!
We would like to see Ireland, Scotland, London, and some of Belgium. I would appreciate ANY advice on traveling to these places.
How much would the average cost for two people be?
How much time should we stay in each place in order to actually enjoy rather than be constantly on the go?
Neither of us are very comfortable driving in a different country so how would you suggest we get around?
What is like an average cost of bus rides, cabs, or trains?
What are some ways we can still explore without paying an arm and a leg for the typical tourist stops?
And any reviews on Airbnb would be great!

I appreciate anything you can tell me about any of these topics!
P.S Were really into culture and scenery, a little bit of like souvenir shopping. Anything to get the genuine experience of being in another country.

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