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Single Itinerary Help

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Single mom, about to turn 29 in 10 days, with a serious case of wanderlust. I promised myself I would travel abroad by the time I hit 30. I had a big trip to South Africa planned with a girlfriend and at the last minute before booking, she bailed. I'm too leery to fly that far by myself, so I'm think Europe might be a better destination for me at this time, but I need help with an itinerary. I have the time off from my three jobs already and my mother will be on charge of my little, so I figure I might as well take advantage of rare non-work days and explore.

I've only traveled within the U.S. and the Caribbean (which I don't count as abroad). I have no desire to see Paris, I was thinking more along the lines of maybe Prague or Amsterdam? I will have about 10-12 days and I'll be going in the middle of September. I'm very active, I'm not a sit on the beach all day for a week type of person. I don't mind staying somewhere cheap or eating on the cheap, I more so want to see and experience as much as possible. Traveling by train to a different city is fine by me, I'm just having trouble deciding where to start.

Will be flying from Boston. The cheaper the better as far as budget goes (you know, that single Mom thing). Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!

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