We are going to Europe for 3 full weeks (23 days with two travel days). We are planning to spend the first three days in London (we have been before and just want to catch a couple of things we missed last time) and the last 4 days in Normandy. That leaves 2 full weeks for Scotland (including one travel day.) I am wondering if we should try to add Ireland to the mix, or leave it for next time? Can you really see Scotland in 1 week or do you need two? Would it be worth the additional travel time to try and get back and forth from Ireland? Right now we are flying in from the U.S. to London, doing that visit, flying to Edinburgh to see Scotland, then from Edinburgh to Paris for the Normandy part. I am really torn about trying to add Ireland. I don't want things to get too hectic, but I don't want to miss Ireland if there is ample time. I would appreciate your imput.
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