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Stop between Amsterdam and Paris OR... Paris and Barcelona??

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Hi all, I have been planning my 23 days in Europe for quite a while now for Set 15 to Oct 7. The trip starts in London and ends in Madrid. I eliminated Italy from the trip taking all your advice and expand stay in London and Paris (5 days)....however I still have a gap of about 5 nights.

I don't know if from Amsterdam (after London) stop at Belgium prior to making it to Paris since its along the way....but 5 nights I may get bored.....

Or get to Paris and jump to Switzerland??? and then hop back to Barcelona???

Or Paris to the coast to Nice...and from there to Barcelona???

Cannot make up my mind here...What would be more expensive, considering trains or plan tickets.......

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