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Prague and Amsterdam or London or Berlin in 7 nights?

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I am leaving JFK or Newark on about June 3 with 24yo daughter for a short mom-daughter trip to Europe.
We are likely to fly on Sunday and return on Tues. She has her heart set on Prague.
We have both been to Europe before, mostly to France,Spain and Italy.


I originally wanted to go to London again but with the Jubilee and Olympics I thought it might be best not to do so.

That being said, we want to see Prague and one other place, Berlin, Amsterdam? London?
We like walking, eating, museums; not into bars, nightlife.

We would travel to Berlin by train and discount jet to the others.

Which would you choose? Are we crazy, should we just stay in Prague?
Any suggestions as to areas? I keep hearing old town but I also understand you get zip around by tram.

Thanks for you help and happy travels.

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