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Skip Amsterdam?

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My husband and I will be travelling to Europe in September and already booked a hotel so we can enjoy Oktoberfest in Munich. Now we would like to fill in other cities we want to see before Oktoberfest. So far here is what I have:

Day 1 Fly into London
Day 2 London
Day 3 London
Day 4 Take Train to Paris
Day 5 Paris
Day 6 Paris
Day 7 Take Train to Amsterdam
Day 8 Amsterdam
Day 9 Fly to Munich
Day 10 Munich
Day 11 Munich
Day 12 Fly Home

So my question: Is going to Amsterdam for only 2 days worth it? I've already been there, but my Husband would like to go while we are still young. But do you think we will need the extra day in both London and Paris instead? This will be our last big trip before trying to have kids so I don't know if we are trying to do too much or if we should just go for it and enjoy the experience since I don't know what our vacation time/money situation will be after starting a family.

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