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Scotland/Ireland or Norway/Iceland or ? July Summer Family Trip

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Greece isn't working out....Award tickets are all snapped up.

Thinking 16 days or so for our trip at the end of July. Kids are 14 and 11. Trying to see new places.

We like history, culture, adventure, food, hiking, biking.

The kids have to Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, & Austria

Hubby and I have also been to England, France, Hungary, Poland

I have United miles.....

Is Scotland/Ireland a good plan? How about Norway/Iceland?
Anything else I should consider?

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